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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 




THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROLINIANA 

G9I7.O3 
B82 

1866-67 
c#2 



UNIVERSITY OF N.C. AT CHAPEL HILL 



00030756183 



FOR USE ONLY IN 
THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLECTION 



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in 2012 with funding from 

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 



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HILLSEOEO' 

MILITARY ACADEMY. 

This well known and popular Institution is once more in 
suceessfnl operation, and is prepared for the reception of 
Cadets at any time. It is under the direction of 

GEN. R. E. COLSTON, 

a graduate, and for fifteen 3-ears, (up to the commencement 
of the war) a Professor of the 



AND A COLLEAGUE OF 

STONEWALL JACKSON. 

The course of the Institution is that of the Virginia Mili- 
tary Institute, and is such as to make the Academy a great 

POLYTECHNIC SCHOOL. 

A school of theoretical and applied science, in which Lan- 
guages and Literature also receive a due share of attention. 
The discipline and nistructions are on a 

Complete Military Basis. 

The Fiiculty is for the present (irganiz'd as follows: 

Superintendent and Professnr of Military Hi.^tory. Strategy and Political 
Economy, and Instructor of Infantry and Cavalry tactics, GEN. R. E. COLSTON, 
late Professor of French and of Militar}- History, Strategy and Political Econo- 
my at the Virginia Military Instiiute, and late Brig. General C. S. A. 

Until the appointment of additional Profes-ors, Gen. Colston takes charge of 
the Departmtnt of French and English studies and Belles Lettres. 

Professor of Natural and Exjieriniental Philosophv, Ordnance, Gunnery and 
in-trnctor of Artillery tactics, Major D. TEUEHEART, Graduate of the Mili- 
tary Institute in 1850 — afterwards Assistant l'rofe'--sor of the Virginia Military 
Institute— Mttached t-o the United States Coast Survey — late Major and Chief of 
Artillery in the C. S. Army. 

Professor of Mathematics, Civil and Military Engineering, Architecture, Topo- 
graphical and Industrial Dnwing, and Assistant Instructor of Infantry tactics, 
Capt. W. A. OBENCHAIN, "first distinguished Graduate" of his Class in the 
Virginia Military Institute, and for efficient and meritorious services during the 
war, promoted Captain of Engineers in tl'e late C S. Army. 

Professiir of Chemistry, Agricultural Chemistry, Geology and Mineralogy, 
Col LEWELLYN HOXTON, "distinguished Gradiiate" of West Point Military 
Academy, and late Chief uf Artillery to Hardee's Corps. 

Proft-'ssor of Latin, French, Ethics and Belles Lettres, to be appointed shortly. 

Surgeons Drs. E. & W. S. STRUDWICK. 

New appointments will he made, and the Chairs now filled will be subdivided 
HS soon as the number of Cadets mtikes it desirab'e. 

For Circulars and any other information apply to 

Gen'l Pt. E. COLSTON, 

Sup't Hillsboro' Mil'y Academy. 



DeCARTERET & ARMSTRONG, 

BOOK-BINDERS 



.AXl) 



Blank Book Mannfactnxtxs, 

(Over the North Carolina Book Store,) 

3EL .^!L Xj :E3 X O XX , 33«ff - O- 



Supreme Court Reports and other La-w Books bound in 
superior Law Binding. 

BLANK BOOKS, ruled to any pattern, made to order fiom 
the best materials. 

Music, Periodicals and Newspapers bound in handsome 
and durable style. 



J. Wheelwright. A, B. Mudge, B. C. Dorsey. 

WIlEEliWRKlHT, IlliDGE & CO., 

^YHOLESALR 

PAPER WAREHOUSE, 

AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

Book and News Paper, 

ALL GRADES, SIZED AND UNSIZED, 

No. 14 Hanover Street^ corner German^ 
dbu^XjTPX]mcoxi.:e3. 



BRANSON & FARRAR'S 



NORTH OAROLINA 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



FOR 1866-'6r 



CONTAIDSriNO^ 



Faets, Figures^ Ifames and Locations^ 



REVISED AND CORRECTED: ANNUALLY. 



And if you buy, or if you sell, 

You cannot know your friends too well. 



RALEIGH,, N. 0; 
BKANSOH & FARRAR, PUBLISHERS, 

NO. 1 FAYETTEVILLE STREET. 



"Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1866, by 

BRANSON & FARRAR, 

in the Clerk's OfBce of the District Court of the United States, for the District 

of North Carolina. 



NICHOLS, GORMAN & NEATHERT, 

EALEI«H, N. C. 



NOTICE. 

The names in this Book have been collected at great 
labor and no little expense. We have advertised 
largely, requesting business men to send in their names 
and locations. Some names are doubtless overlooked^ 
but we are not to blame for any such omissions. 

A second edition of the Directoiy will be published 
as soon as the present is exhausted. Let every business 
man in the State send in his name and location at once : 
also such advertising cards as he may want to go in the 
next edition. 

The book will be well worth the small price charged 
for it. We hope to make it the most valuable book of 
reference ever published in the State. 

PUBLISHERS. 



C N T E NTS 



PAGE. 

Title I 

Introduction, II 

Directory, Alphabetic . 7 

IkrsTness Directory, .... 58 

Auctioneers, .... 58 

Commis.sion Merchants, 58 

Physicians, 61 

Lawyers and Attorneys, 64 

Dentists, ... 6(^ 

Schools, Collefj-es, &c.. . . 67 

Confectioners, 71 

(iroeers. 12 

\)vy (7no(h 80 

] )i-i)o-.(vis;ts and Apothe- 

raries, 86 

jjntchers 87 

House t'^c Sig'n Painters. 87 

Xurserynien, 88 

Tobacr-nnists '. : . 88 

Ke.star.i'aiits, &c., 88 

Livery Stahlos SD 

i'urni'tnre Derdcrs. . .... 89 

Pxiot and Shoe Stores, . . 89 
(dnna oc Crockery Ware. H!) 
X(.'\vspapor and Periodi- 
cal Dealei-s iH) 

Sheriffs. ilO 

County Court Clerks, . . i)i' 
Watclnnalcers and Jev,'- 

elers, 94 

Hotels. cK:c 95 

hisuvance Ag'encies. Occ. i>7 
Cidthino- Houses c'v: Mei'- 

chant 'Ldh.i-s 9X 

Wine & Li([i(()r l)e;der.s 99 
Milliners and Mantnn 

Makers 100 



PAGE. 

Barbers, 101 

1 1 Notaries Public, 101 

j j Newpaper & Job Offices, 101 
\\ Manufactur'g Establish - 

; j ments, ..... 103 

[ ': Hardware, 107 

Books and Stationery, . . 107 

: Photograpliisrs 108 

Bankers and Brokers, . . 108 

State Governments, .... 109 
IJ S. District Court of 

North-Carolina, 110 

Supreme Court of X. C, 110 

Superior Courts, 110 

C o u r t s of PI e a s an d Q u ar- 

ter Sessions, 115 

Pid^lic Works and Insti- 
tutions of X. C, 119 

Banks in X. C, 121 

X. C. Representation in 

Congress, 122 

V. 8. Goverinnent Exec- 
utive Department. .. 12o 
Scale of Depreciation, . . 

The Stamp Act, 13o 

Jiulges of U. S. Supreme 

Court 138 

!' University of X. C.,. . . . 141 
Board of Internal Im- 
provement 1 41 

Board of Literature, . . . 141 

Rail Pioads. Canals. &c., 142 

National Banks. 151 

State CpDvention of '65, 152 

LegisPit^n-e of 1866, 154 

.Xddrndc) 158 



A DVERTISEMEN'I \S. 



PAGE. 

Phil, Theim, 1st cover, 
Exchange Hotel, 1st " 
Geo. S. French, inside 1st 

cover, 
McLean & Co., 1st fly 

leaf, 
F. Scarr, 1st fly leaf, 
Jas. Stevenson & Bro.. 

last fly leaf, 
Tidcly & Brot her, last fly 

leaf, 
J. Brown, with Hart & 

Lewis, inside last cov'r, 
A. A. McKethan & Sons, 

Outside last cover, 
Mitchell, Alien & Co., Yl 

Baer & Eppler, 17 

Chas. Duffv, M. D 127 

J. W. Watson, 132 

Old Bav Line, 139 

P. A. Wiley & Co., .... 140 

W. H. Lippett, 159 

L. Ptosenthal, 1 60 

John W. Hinsdale, .... 161 

A. Kline, 162 

Pulliam, Jones & Co.. .. 162 

J. H. Crawford, 163 

The Sentinel, 164 

Williams & Haywood, . . 165 

W. H. Pearce, '. . . 165 

Jarrell's Hotel, 166 

Suydam & Bates, 166 

Brem, Brown & Co., ... 167 
H. T. Clawson, ....... 167 



PAGE 

Rock Island Manufactu- 
ring Company, .... 169 
Henshaw & Thorburn, . 170 
The Western Democrat, 171 
Carolina Watchman, . 172 

Mansion House, 173 

N. C. Petroleum Co.. .. 174 

J. Buxbaum & Co., .... 176 

The Carolina Times, . . 177 

So. Express Co., 17(S 

Daily Union Banner, . . 179 

Blacknall House, 18© 

The Old^'orth State, .. 181 

Newbern Commercial, . 182 

W. H. Oliver & Co., ... 182 

Goodspeed's Steamers, . 183 

Primrose & Dillingham, 184 

Drs. Fogg & Bagl)y, . . 185 

G. W. French & Son. . . 186 

Munson & Co , . 1S7 

K. B. W^ait, .. IBS 

Journal of Commercre. . 189 

Hutchison & Co., .... 19(.l 

Evangelical Lutheran, . 191 

Biblical Pecorder, 192 

Fayetteville Xews, .... 193 

City Hotel, Wilmington, 194 

N. C Presbyterian, .... 195 

Trinity College, ...... 196 

The Enterprise 197 

N C. Standard, 198 

Henry J. Brown, 199 

Nichols, Gorman X' Co . 200 



ST. MARY'S 




SIIIRY, 



Xt..^.Xi:EiXGi-XX, KT. O., 



Rev. ALBERT SMEDES, Pres. 



Mil HiUESE, 



THOMASVILLE, N. C, 



Rev, D, R. BRUTON, Pres. 



INTRODUCTION 



On the fourth day of July, 1584, the first Europeans 
landed on the coast of l^orth Carolina. These were the 
'Crews of two vessels, fitted out for the purpose of making 
discoveries in the new world, under the auspices of Sir 
Walter Raleigh, and were commanded by Philip Armidas 
and Arthur Barlow. They landed on Roanoke Island, in 
what is now Currituck county. 

The first permanent settlement in the State was made by 
a colony from Virginia, under Roger Green, in 1653, on 
the Roanoke and Chowan rivers. 

In 1663, Charles II granted to Edward, Earl of Claren- 
don ; George, Duke of Albemarle; William, Earl of Cra- 
ven ; John, Lord Berkeley ; Anthony, Lord Ashley ; Sir 
George Carteret, Sir John Colleton, and Sir William Berke- 
ley, all the territory now embraced in the State of ISTorth 
Carolina, and west to the Pacific Ocean. 

In 1693 the colony was divided into North and South 
Carolina. 

North Carolina was governed by Governors appointed by 
the Lords Proprietors from 1663 to 1729, when the colony 
was surrendered to the crown. 

The following is a list of the Proprietory Governors : — 
William Drummond, _ _ _ _ 1663. 

William Stevens, - . ,_ _ 1667. 

Sir George Carteret, - - - - 1674. 

Sir George Eastchurch, - _ _ 1678. 

John Jenkins, - - _ _ _ 1680. 

Henry Wilkison, - - - - 1681. 

Seth Sothel, .- - ^ _ . 1683. 

Philip Ludwell, - - - - 1689. 

Thomas Smithj .» - ^ „ _ I693. 



IV 



John Archdale, - . - - - lb94 

Thomas Harvey, - - _ . . 1699. 

Henderson Walker, - - - - 1699. 

Rohert Daniel, . . . - _ 1704. 

Edward Hyde, - - > - - 1712. 

George Pollock, - - - , - - 1712. 

Charles Eden, ----- 1713. 

Thomas Pollock, - - - - - 17'22. 

George Burrington, _ _ - _ 1724. 

Sir Richard Everhard, _ _ - _ 1725. 

From 1729 to 1776, the government was administered by 
Governors appointed by the crown. 

The following comprise a list of l^oyal Governors : — 

George Burrington, - - , - - 1729^ 

Gabriel Johnston, - - - - 1734. 

Matthew Rowan, ----- 1753. 

Arthur Dobbs, - - - - - 1754. 

William Tryon, ----- 1765. 

Josiah Martin, - - _ - 1771. 

Fram 1776 to- 1836, the Governors of the State were elec- 
ted by the Legislatures. They are the following : — 

Richard Caswell, of Lenoir county, - - 1776. 

Abner Nash, of Craven county, - - 1769. 

Thomas Burke, of Orange county, - - 1781. 

Alexander Martin, of Guilford county, - 1782. 

Richard Caswell, of Lenoir county, again, - 1784. 

Samuel Johnston, of Chowan county, - 1787. 

Alexander Martin, of Guilford county, again, - 1789. 

Richard Dobbs Spaight, of Craven county, - 1792. 

Samuel Ashe, of New Hanover county, - - 1795. 

Wm. R. Davie, of Halifax county, - - 1798. 

Benjamin Williams, of Moore county. - - 1799. 

James Turner, of Warren county, - - 1802. 

Nathaniel Alexander, of Mecklenburg county - 1805. 

Benjamin Williams, of Moore county, again, - 1807. 

David Stone, of Bertie county, - _ - 1808. 

Benjamin Smith, of Brunswick county, - 1810. 



V 



William Hawkins, of Warren county, - - 3811, 

William Miller, of- Warren county, - - 1814 

John Branch, of Halifax caunty, - - - 1817. 

Jesse Franklin, of Surry county, - - 1820. 

Gabriel Holmes, of Sampson county, - - 1821. 

Hutchings Gr. Burton, of Halifax county, - 1824. 

James Iredell, of Chowan county, - - 1827. 

John Owen, of Bladen county, - - 1828. 

Montford Stokes, of Wilkes county, - - 1830. 

David L. Swain, of Buncombe county, - 1832. 

Richard Dobbs Spaight, of Craven county, again, 1835, 

Since 1836, the chief Fxecutive officer of the State has 
been elected by the people. The following is a list of those 
elected from that year to the present : 

Edward B. Dudley, of New Hanover county, - 1836. 

John M. Morehead, of Guilford county, - - 1841. 

William A. Graham, of Orange county, - 1845. 

Charles Manly, of Wake - - - - 1849. 

David S. Reid, of Rockingham county, - 1851. 

Gov. Reid was elected United States Senator, Nov. 24th, 
1854, and his unexpired term was filled by Warren Wins- 
low, of Cumberland, Speaker of the Senate. 
Thomas Bragg, of Northampton county, - - 1855. 

John W. Ellis, of Rowan county, - - 185^. 

Gov. Ellis died July 7th, i861, and was succeeded by 
Henry T. Clark, of Edgecombe, Speaker of the Senate, Avho 
filled the office until 8th September, 1862, when he was 
succeeded by Z. B. Vance, of Buncornbe, who, having been 
■elected, was inaugurated on that day. 

Gov. Vance held the office from 8th September, 1863, to 
13th April, 1865, when his administration terminated with 
the surrender of the State to the United States forces. 

From the 13th of April to the 29th of May, 1865, the 
State was under military government alone. 

Wm. W. Holden was appointed Provisional Governor, 
May 29th, 1865, and filled that position until the 28th of 
December of the same year. 

Jonathan Worth, the present incumbent, was inaugura- 
ted December 28th, 1865. 



THOS, J. MITCHELL. 



GEO. ALLEN. 



r>. T. CARRAWAT, 



NORTH CAROLINA 

AGRICKlTIIRil BOIISl 

AND — ■ 




22 Pollock Street, Newbern, North Carolina, 

HAVE AM EXTENSIVE STOCK OP 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMEITS AID MACHINES. 

Carpenters', Builders', Blacksmiths', Machinists', Wheel- 
Wrights', Millers', Coopers', Saddlers', Shoemakers, 
Masons', Tinners', Distillers', Turpentine 
and Shingle-Makers' 

TOOLS AN D SU PPLI ES. 

Cotton Gins of all kinds, Cotton Presses, Horse Powers, Straw-Cutters, Corn 

Shellers and. Mills, Cider Mills, Cistern and Force Pumps, Gum and 

Hemp Packing, R. HOE & GO'S Circular and Cross-Cuf 

Saws, Butchers' Files, Leather and Rubber 

BELTING, 

Lace Leather, Belt-Hooks, Locks, Iron, Steel 

Lead, Nails, Screws, Tacks, Carriage Material, Harness, Whips, 

Saddleiy, Cement, Plaster, Paints, Oils, Rope, Twine, Blocks, 

Pocket and Table Cutlery, Guns, Pistols, Powder, Shot, Caps, &c., &c,, &c. 

House FurnisMng Goods. 

Of Every Description. 

We are prepared to give prices and infornaation regard- 
ing any article needed by 

FARMERS, BUILDERS, MILLERS OR MECHANICS. 

Catalogues supplied on Application, 

Ji^^'Orders solicited and carefully filled. 

MMJCKELL, ALLEN & GO.,. 

:S'ewbern_, n. c. 



DIRECTORY 



A. 

Allen & Poalk, auctioneers, 3 Water St., Wilmington. 

Atkinson & Shepperson, agents fire, marine and life insu- 
rance Company, New York and Baltimore, Princess, 
near Water st., Wilmington. 

Aaron, David & Co., variety store. Market st., Wilmington. 

Andrews, W. S. Gr., com. merchant, S. Water st., " 

Anderson, James & Co., com. merchant, 8 S. Water st., 
Wilmington. 

Adrien & VoUers, com. merchants, S. E. corner Front and 
Dock sts., Wilmington. 

Agostini, F. M., confectioner, 16 Market st., Wilmington. 

Anderson, E. A., physician, Wilmington. 

Alexander, !S., D., wines and liquors, N. Front st., Wil- 
mington. 

Andrews, W. K , family groceries, Fayetteville st., Ealeigh. 

Adams, Lynn, grocer, Market square, Raleigh. 

Adams, Len. H., grocer, '*■ " 

Andrews, (Rohert) & Harding, clothing and furnishing, 
Fayetteville st., Raleigh. 

Ames, W , com. merchant, Beaufort. 

Abernathy, Rev. R. L., Principal Rutherford Seminary, 
Happy Home. 

Albertson, S. E., jeweller, Greensboro, 

Adams, Mrs. S.. milliner, '' 

Aaron & Rheinstein, wholesale and retail dry goods, Wil-- 
mington. 

Artis, E., barber and hair dresser. Front st., Wilmington. 

Anderson, W. J., notary public, Hay st., Fayetteville. 

Angle, S., dentist, Statesville. 

Arnold, Cooley & Co., dry goods and groceries, Wadesboro.- 

Armfield, R. F., attorney at law, Statesville. 

Amyett, J. E., general supply store, Newbern. 

Adams, E. W., principal Wilson Seminary, Wilson. 

Arendell, M. F., physician, Beaufort. 

Allen, Willie, attorney at law. Black Rock. 

Arrington, G. W., principal select school, Wilson. 

Alspaugh, J. W.J editor Winston Sentinel, Winston* 



BBAXSOn & FAREAR, 

8 

Armstrong, (John) & DeCarteret, (J. Q.) iDoot-bmders, 

Raleigh. 
Albritton, John T., principal Mt. Olive Academy, Mt. 

Olive. 
Anderson, Wm. E., principal male school, Statesville. 
Allen, Geo. (Mitchell, A., & Co.,) agricultural and hard- 
ware dealers, Newbern. 
Allegre, W. B., Forest paper mills, Forestville. 
Anderson, John H., dry goods dealer, Fayetteville. 
Alexander, J. F., clerk county court, Iredell, Statesville. 
Aston, E. J", druggist and apothecary, Statesville. 
Allen, C. B., freight agent, R. & G. R., Raleigh. 
Angier, M. A., dry goods and groceries, Durham's.. 
Allison, R. W., dry goods and groceries, Concord. 
Archibald, W. L., dry goods and groceries^ " 
Alexander, J. M., tailor. Concord. 
Askew, Benjamin, clerk Jones county court, Trenton. 
Albright, W. A., clerk Alamance county court, Graham. 
Alexander, J. F., clerk Iredell county court, Statesville. 
Austin, C, sheriff Union county, Monroe. 

B, 

Blossour, J. R. & Co., turpentine distillers, Dock st., Wil- 
mington. 

Bremer, H. M., liquor dealer, N. E. Cor. Front and Dock 
sts., Wilmington. 

Biglow, Leland & Co., com. merchants, Newbern. 

Baily, J. H., Proprietor Baily Hotel, 22 Front st., Wil- 
mington. 

Bridgers & Pender, Attorneys at Law, Tarboro. 

Brown, G. H. & Co., com. and lorwarding merchantu, 
Washington. 

Bennett, C. E., Contractor and Builder, Tarboro. 

Benbow, Dr. W. C, merchant, Greensboro. 

Brenizer, A. F., Notary Public, Greensboro. 

Busbee, Quint., attorney at law, Raleigh. 

Battle, R. H., agent metropolitan insurance company, 
Raleigh. 

Bryan, H. R., attorney at law, Newbern. 

Barbee, W. G., agent national express company, High 
Point. 

Brown, J., (with Heart & Lewis,) hardware and house fur- 
nishing, 44, Fayetteville st., Raleigh. 

Brown, Parks & Co., merchants, Hillsboro. 



Dealers im Scliool Bodks, 



•Bryce, J. Y. & Co., general com, merchants, Cterlotte. 

"Burwell, Rev. R. & Son, Principals Charlotte Female Col- 
lege, Charlotte. 

Bethune, A., Sup't. Charlotte Hotel, Charlotte. 

Barnes, G. W,, attorney, Wilson, 

Brown, T. E. & Co., tin and copper smiths, Salisbury. 

^rown, C. S. proprietor Boyden house, Salisbury. 

Burke & Harrison, books and stationery, Salisbury. 

Baily^ W. H., attorney at law, Salisbury. 

Branson, (L.) & Farrar, v(J. H.,) editors Enterprise, book- 
sellers, stationers and book binders, Raleigh, 

iBeard, J. B. & 3., lumbermen, (near) Salisbury. 

Brown, Michael, grooer and com. merchant, Salisbury. 

Blair, J. M. (fe'^Co., proprietors exchange hotel, Raleigh, 

Barnes, H., watchmaker and gunsmith, Wilson. 

Barnes & Farmer, dry goods and groceries, Wilson. 

Barnes & Moore, ^merchants, Wilson. 

Bond, Mrs. M. E, , milliner, Wilson. 

fBrowning & Sutts, proprietors hotel, Wilson. 

Beasley, J. Q., merchant, G-reensboro. 

Barringer & Wolfe, merchants, Charlotte. 

Brem, T. H., dealer in general merchandize, Charlotte, 

Buxbaum & Rosseler, merchants, Charlotte. 

Butler, J T., watchmaker and jeweller, Charlotte. 

Bencine, L. L., confectioner, Salisbury. 

Bradshaw, Brown & Co., merchants, Salisbury. 

Bruner, J. J., job i^rinter, Salisbury. 

Brown, Henry J., cabinetmaker and undertaher, Raleigh. 

Bloomer, W. E., photographist, Wilson. 

BarneSj A., attorney at law, Wilson. 

Blount, W. G., attorney at law, Wilson. 

Brown & Thomas, merchants, Louisburg. 

Barham, Ballard & Co., com, merchants, Goldsboro. 

Brenizer, Kellogg & Co., brokers and com. merchants, 
Goldsboro. 

Briggs, (T. H.) & Dodd, hardware Fayetteville street, 
Raleigh. 

Baldwin, Munson & Co., merchant tailors, 38 Market st., 
Wilminaton. 

Bradley & Wachler, grocers and agents N. Y. steam line, 
N. Water street, Wilmington. 

Barry, H. M., agents N. Y. steamer "Starlight" and 
" Commander," N. Water street, Wilmington. 

Baker, John A., lawyer, Wilmington. 

Brutt, S., blacksmith, Mulberry st., Wilmington., 



BRANSON & FARRAR,. 

10 

Bishop, John^ butcher_, market house, Wilmingt'om 
Baer, Sol. & Bro., clothing, 18 Market street, Wilmington. 
Baer, S. & Co , clothing, 41 and 42, N. Water sfc., " 
Barry, Horace M., com. merchant,]^. Water st., " 
Blumenthal, S. & Co., dry goods, cor. Front and Market 

sts., Wilmington. 
•Bauer, F. L,, dry goods, 23 Market street, Wilmington. 
Bate & Wescott, grocers, 32 Market " '' 

Babcock, P., dentist, Fayetteville st., Raleigh. 
Barrow & Yarborough, merchants, Louisburg. 
Beeser, F., grocer, Newbern. 
Bland & Carr, grocers, near Wilmington. 
Bradley & Baldwin, merchants, near Rockingham. 
Berry, Richard, coni. merchant, Newbern. 
Baer & Eppler, clothing merchants, Newborn. 
Bashford, James, carriage maker, near Raleigh. 
Burruss, Brothers, bankers and brokers, Wilmington. 
Baker, L. S;, proprietor, N. C. hotel, Newborn. 
Bingham, Col. W. J., principal Bingham school, Mebanes- 

ville. 
Baily & Hart, iion and copper works, 19 Market street, 

Wilmington. 
Burr, C. E. & Co., house, sign and ornamental painters, 

38 Front street,. Wilmington. 
Batchelor, W., photographist, Front street, Wilmington, 
Berry, W. A-., practicing physician, Front st., Wilmington. 
Bradley, A. 0., " " " '' 

Burkheimer, tobacco, cigars, &c., 6 Market street, " 
Brown & Andrews, jewellers, 37 Market '' " 
Bivens, W. J., Rock Spring saloon, 34 N. " '^ 
Barham, W.. K.., attorney at law, Fayetteville street, 

Raleigh. 
Bell & Chad wick, dry goods and groceries, Beaufort. 
Bell & Durant, shipping and com. merchants, Beaufort., 
Brown, William, practicing physician, Kinston. 
Bryant, J. P., practicing physician, " 

Barden & Bro., dry goods and groceries, Clinton. 
Buxton, R. P., judge superior court, Fayetteville. 
Beasley, J. M., jeweller, Fayetteville. 
Black, K. A., physician, " 

Bason, W. F., dentist, Wilson. 

Bridges & Edwards, livery and sales stables, Ealeigh. 
Burbank, Callaher & Morris, druggists, Salisbury. 
Biagge, S. & Co., grocers and commission merchants, Cra- 
ven street, Newbem. 



Dealers in all Kinds of Stationery. 
11 

Bagley, G-. W., dentist; Newbern. 

Beard & Clark, blacksmiths, Greensboro. 

Baker, 0. F. & Co., tin and copper smiths, Salisbury. 

Blount^ Gr. W. & Co., commission merchants, Wilson. 

Brown, J. K., & James, real estate agents, Wilmington. 

Blum, L. v., editor People's Press, Salem. 

Bumpass, Mrs. F. M., editress Weekly Message, Greens-- 
boro. 

Bragg, Thomas, attorney at law, Kaleigh, 

Beckwith, J. B., physician, Smithfield. 

Bridgers, R. R., president Wilmington and Weldon Rail- 
^ road, office at Wilmington. 

Blankenship, J, E., president Carolina Female College,. 
Ansonville. 

Blunt, R. H., dry goods and groceries, Wilson, 

Boner, Mrs. Thomas J., coloring and dying, Salem. 

Berry, John, practicing physician, Hillsboro. 

Bassett, Wm. A., house and sign painter, Tarboro. 

Beasley & Co., druggists and apothecaries, Oxford. 

Burwell & Parham, merchants, Henderson. 

Blackburn & Holder, pumpmakers, Salem. 

Baker, G. S., grocer and confectioner, Louisburg. 

Brummitt, Jno. R., architect and undertaker, Louisburg.' 

Broyles, W. & E. A., dry goods, Asheville. 

Burgen, (S. W ) Kerr, (S. G.) & Summey, variety store, 
Asheville. 

Baily, Rev. C. T., Teacher Reynoldson Male Institue, Rey- 
noldson, Gates county. 

Best, Rjbt. W., Secretary of State, Raleigh. 

Battle, Kemp, P., Public Treasurer, Raleigh. 

Briggs, Dodd & Hicks, architects and builders, Raleigh. 

Bruton, Rev. D. R., Pres, Thomasville Female College, 
Thomasville. 

Batchelor, J. B., (Rogers & B.,) attt»rneys at law, Raleigh. 

Battle, R. H. Jr., (Phillips & B.,) attorneys at law, 
Raleigh. 

Burke, H. T., Ass't. Prin. Elk Shoals Academy, Elk 
Shoals. 

Brem, Brown & Co., dealers in general merchandize, Char- 
lotte. 

Brown, J. L. & Co. dry goods and groceries, Charlotte. 

Belo, E., wholesale and retail dealer in general merchan- 
dize, Salem. 

Bland, Mrs. Margaret, teacher of music, Greensboro. - 

Beasley ,~ J.- Q, , dry good*,- Greensboro^- 



BRANSON & FARHAB, 

12 

Barbee, Misses, Hotel, High Point, 

Backalan & Caswell, restaurant corner Wilmington and 
Hargett streets^ Raleigh.. 

Bessent, R. P., dental surgeon, Salisbury. 

Bryan, Mrs., select private school,. Fayetteville. 

Burr, Miss Kate, society hall school, Wilmington. 

Barringer, Rufus, (Osborne & B.) attorneys at law, Char- 
lotte. 

Blackmer, Luke, attorney at law, Salisbury, 

Boyden, JST., attorney at law, Salisbury. 

Bryan, Jno, H. (Wm. B. Smith & Co.,) Booksellers, Fay- 
etteville street Raleigh. 

Boger, (M.,) & Carlton, dry goods and clothing, States- 
ville. 

Bunting, J. N,, superior court clerk, Wake county, Raleigh, 

Bryan, Wm. G., clerk Craven county court, Newbern. 

Brinson, Wm. G-., clerk Craven superior court, Newbern. 

Beckwith, R. W., watchmaker and jeweller, Charlotte. 

Baily, (J. L.) & Martin, attorneys at law, Asheville. 

Brown, Allen, manufacturing mills, (near) Hillsboro, 

Branch, Mrs. L. O'B. Pres. ladies memorial association, 
Raleigh. 

Bell, J. H., watch and clockmaker, Williamston. 

Blackwood, John J., (part) proprietor sulphur springs, 
Cleavelandj county. 

Bunting, S. R., sheriff New Hanover county, Wilmington. 

Bateman, Jno. M., sheriff Washington county^ Plymouth, 

Bond, Lewis, sheriff Bertie county, Windsor. 

Bell, Hilliard, lock and gunsmith, Wilmington street, 
Raleigh. 

Badham, William, attorney at law, Raleigh. 

Battle, William S., cotton factory and flouring mills, Rocky 
Mount. 

Brown, George W., tanner. Concord, 

Bacon, Miss Lucie, select school. Concord. 

Brown, Phillip, blacksmith, Concord. 

Bostian, D. T., tailor, " 

Parringer, V. C, attorney at law. Concord. 

Bingham, L S., practicing physician, Concord. 

Beor, S & Bro., dry goods, 18 Market street, Wilmington. 

Banks, Mrs. N., confectionery. Green street, Fayetteville. 

Bulla, J. R., attorney at law, Ashboro. 

Bulla, B. B., attorney at law, '' 

Bryan, A. P. C, Southern Express agent, Raleigh. 

Brogden, C. H., State Comptroller, " 



Dealers in Photograph Albums. 

13 

Bradley, Wm. & Co.^ coppersmiths, Wilmington. 

Bell, Walter E., clerk Duplin connty court, Kenansville. 

Baxter, Joshua W., clerk Currituck couaty court, Curri- 
tuck a H. 

Bryan, William G., clerk Craven county eourt, Newhern. 

Brandon, Henry F., clerk Caswell eoun'ty court, Yancey- 
ville. 

Blue, D., clerk Bladen county court, EMza/bethtown. 

Briggs, B. F., clerk Wilson county court, Wilson. 

Brown, J. H., clerk Randolph court, Ashboro'. 

Brown, Samuel Y., clerk Person ceurt, Roxboro-. 

Bui, William, sheriff Cherokee county, Murphy. 

Bumgarner, William, sheriff Jackson county, Webster. 

Brinkley, M. C., skeriff Chowan county, Edenton. 

Brigman, S. G., sheriff Madison county, Marshall. 

Bagley, D. F., sheriff Perquimans county, Hertford^ 

Berry, B, A., sheriff Burke county, Morganton. 

0. 

Charlotte, S. W., merchant, Beaufort. 

Carr & Bland, merchants, New Hanover county. 

Cox, Kendall & Co., com. merchants, 23 N. Water street^ 

Wilmington. 
Cheevers, P., boot and shoe maker, Front street, Newbern. 
Clawson, Henry T., house, sign and ornamental painter, 

Raleigh. 
Cook, Charles, grocer. Harget street, Raleigh. 
Clifton, J. B., druggist, Louisburg. 
Campbell, George J., merchant, Newbern, 
Cook, George T., dealer in general merchandize, Raleigh. 
Craven, D. D., Rev. B., president Trinity College, Trinity 

College. 
Cronly & Harris, auctioneers, 6 Water street, Wilmington. 
Cutlar & Dubrutz, attorneys at law, Wilmington. 
Cohn & Ryterburg, clothing merchants " 
C'^adburn, James H.-& Co., commission merchants, Dock 

street, Wilmington. 
Carr, Thomas B., dentist, 45| Market street, Wilmington. 
Currur, S. K. & Co.^ livery stables. Princess street, " 
Cutlar, F. J., practicing physician, " 

Crawford, J. H., dentist, Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 
Cooke, W. M., attorney at law, Asheville. 
Chamberlain, Rawls & Co., watchmakers, Tarboro. 
Caldwell & Glenn, physicians, Greeuisboro. 



BBAN&ON & FARRAH, 

14 

Clark, David L., photographist, Higli Point, 

Caldwell, D. F., attorney at law, Greensboro. 

Corbin, L., dentist, corner Market and 2nd st., Wilmingtom. 

Oassidy & Berry, shipbuilders, "Wilmington. 

Costin & Smith, commission and forwarding merchants, 
Wilmington. 

Cobb, J and Gr.^ merchants, Sparta. 

Causey, W. W., wheelwright, near G-reensboro 

Creech, A., dry goods merchant, corner Fayetteville and 
Hargett streets, Ealeigh. 

Cantwell, Edward, Agent Lorillard Fire Insurance Com- 
pany of New York, Oxfoi'd. 

Grow, William H., general agent ^tna Life Insurance 
Company, of New York, Kaleigh. 

Caldwell, J. A. & Co., merchant tailors, Charlotte. 

Cochrane, Wilson &Co., merchant tailors, " 

Caraway & Saylor, coachmakers, Salisbury. 

Cotten, R. E._, merchant, Tarboro. 

Cuninggim, Rev. William H., (J. M. Blair & Co.) Ex- 
change Hotel, Raleigh. 

Clemments, J. B., tailor, Wilson. 

Crawford & Co., merchants, Salisbury. 

Colgrom, (0. R.) & Tuttle, grocers, JSTewbern. , 

Collins, A., grocer, " 

Cooper & Rossiter, grocers, " 

Conrad, (J. C.) Eccles & Co., variety store, Statesville, 

Coleman, Daniel, attorney at law, Concord. 

Conigland, E., attorney at law, Halifax. 

Coleman, H* L., dentist, Statesville. 

Crowell, J. W., confectioner, Wilson. 

Caldwell, A. C , physician, G-reensboro. 

Caldwell, R. J., '' " 

Coffin, S. G., " Jamestown. 

Cole, R. W., practicing physician, Greensboro. 

Cox, L. B., commissioner, Kinston. 

Cox, E. F., superior court clerk, Kinston. 

Cox, C. G., practicing physician, " 

Canaday, Thomas, variety store, Beaufort. 

Carraway, D. T., (Mitchell, Allen &' Co.,) hardware, New- 
bern. 

Cox, Dr. D., practising physician, Hertford, 

Cobb, J. T., dry goods and groceries, Smithfield. 

Cobb & Parker, dry goods and groceries, Smithfield. 

Carpenter, J. B., editor Rutherford, Star^ Butherfojdtoru 

CoXg; J. L., physician, Greensboro. 



Dealers im Selected Photograplis. 
15 

^Caraway, J. C, tanner, High Mount, Anson county. 

'Cox & Davis, com. merchants, Q. N. Water €treet, Wil- 
mington. 

Cox & Morris, merchant tailors, Oxford. 

Cheatham, Dr. E., druggist, Henderson. 

Carmer, J. R., dry goods and groceries, Tarboro. 

Cabaniss, Ho, attorney at law, Shelby. 

Caldwell & Morton, practising physician, Salisbury. 

Carlile, Thomas N., variety store, Louisburg. 

Coleman, (David) & Hardy, (W. M.,) attorneys atilaw, 
Ashevil.le. 

Cowan, Gander, silversmith, Asheville. . 

Cocke, Wm. A., attorney at law, Asheville. 

Cumming, W. A., (Northrop & Co.) com. merchants^ Wil- 
mington. 

Colston, Gen. R. E., superintendent Hillsboro Military 
Academy, Hillsboro. 

Crowder, Rev. W. J. W., agent American tract society, 
Raleigh. 

Caldwell, Rev. J. M. M., Pres. Concord Female College, 
States ville. 

Cook, James G., broker and agent Mutual Insurance Com- 
pany, Fayetteville. 

Crudup, J. B., agent for buckeye sulkey plow, Kittrells. 

Cutts, A. D., practising physician, Barclay ville, Harnett, 
county. 

Cowan, John L. & Robert, editors Record, Pittsboro. 

Carlton & Morrison, fire and life insurance agents, States- 
ville. 

Collins, Wm. carriage and buggy factory, Greensboro. 

Cox, Jonathan E , sup't. New Garden (Friends) boarding 
school, New Garden, Guilford county. 

Cushing, Mrs. M. S., music teacher, Wilmington. 

Carncross, Mrs. J. C., millinery and fancy goods, Salis- 
bury, 

Cook, John H., auctioneer, Fayetteville. 

Campbell, (W. M.) & Long, (J. F.) physicie^ns, Statesville. 

Carrington, D. C, merchant and factor, Goldsboro. 

Carlton & Morrison, auctioneers, Statesville. 

Carlton, (P. C.) & Roger, dry goods and clothing, States- 
ville, 

Carson, A., (Wallace & C.,) dry goods^ groceries, &C.5 
Statesville. 

Clater, H., hack line from Morrisville to Pittsboro. 

Clarke & Ceok, lumbermen, Boon Hill. 



BRANSrON & TABRAR^ 

16 

Carr & Cheek, dry goods and groceries, Durhams. 

Collier & Co., cabinet makers and joiners, Greensboro.. 

Crenshaw, Martin, lumber mill, Forestville. 

Clinard, Jacob, assistant Bethany Academy, Bethany. 

Calfee, J. H., prin. Eeem's Creek, Masonic High School^ 
Reems Creek. 

Carr, Elias, lumberman, (near) Sparta. 

Caldwell, C. A., confectioneries, Concord. 

Cheatham & Bro., dry goods and groceries, market square-, 
Raleigh. 

Cheevers, P., boot and shoemaker, and leather dealer, New- 
born. 

Corbin, L., dentist, Wilmington; 

Coulling, James O., Pres. Wesleyan Female College, Mur- 
freesborough. 

Conway, Miss W: B. , select private school, Raleigh. 

Cook, Rev. C. M., select male school, Warren county. 

Clark, W. R., clerk Lincoln county court, Lincolnton. 

Cowper, L. M., clerk Hertford county court, Winton. 

Cook, j!s". S., clerk Forsythe county court, Winston. 

Cordon, W. S. clerk Beaufort county court, Washington. 

Cotton, R. C, clerk Chatham county court, Pittsboro. 

Cobb, Joseph, sherifi' Edgecombe county, Tarboro. 

Carrow, Samuel T., sheriff Beaufort county, Washington.. 

Crawford, W. T., sheriff Martin county, Williamston, 

Cline, Jonas, sherift Catawba county, JN^ewton. 

Coppidge, P. J., clerk Anson county court, Wadesboro, 

Cooper, N. W., sheriff Nash county, Nashville. 

Cullum, W. H., sheriff Johnston county, Smitbfield. 

Credle, George, sheriff Hyde county, Swan Quarter.. 

D. 

Dodd (W. H.,) & Upchurch, grocers, Hargett st.^ Raleigh.. 

Davis, (T. W.) & Jones, grocers and commission merchants, 
Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 

Dawson, James, banker and broker, corner Front and Mar- 
ket streets, Wilmington. 

DeCarteret, J. Q., (DeCarteret & Armstrong) book-binders, 
Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 

Dudley & Bro., underwriters, agents New England and New 
York Accidental Ins. Co., 5 S. Water st., Wilmington. 

David, A., & Co., merchant, 53 Market street, " 

Dennon & Johnston, cabinet makers, corner 2nd and Mar- 
ket streets, Wilmington.. 



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BRANSON & FARRAE, 

18 

Day & Wright, drug<!:ists, 71 Market street, Wilmington, 
Dawson, John, dry goods, &c., 19 and 21 Market street, 

Wilmington. « 

Driscoll vt Kerrigan, saloirn, Toomer's Alley, Wilmington. 
Davis &. Hunter, druggists, Goldsboro. 

Daniels, Thos., proprietor Wilmington hotel, Wilmington. 
Davis, J. B., tinner, Hay street, Fayetteville. 
Dodd, J., dry goods merchant, Hay street, Fayetteville. 
Dunbar, (J. C.) Fairley & Co., commission merchants, 36 

N. Water street, Wilmington. 
Davis, J. B., dry goods and groceries, Wilson. 
Daniel ct Tredwell, dry goods and groceries, Wilson. 
Dozier & Bro., dry goods and groceries, Tarboro 
Davis, J., dentist, Person street, Fayetteville. 
Davidson vlt Williamson, attorneys at law, Charlotte. 
Davis, L. M., watchmaker and jeweller, Salisbury. * 

Dean, Y. 8., practicing physician, Statesville. 
Davis, J. S., Eagle foundry, Lexington. 
Davis, W. R., jeweller, Wadesboro. 
Downing, C. W., notary public, Charlotte. 
Drake, E. B., merchant, Statesville. 
Duffy, W., practicing physician, Newbern. 
i'ye, Mrs. M. E., fashionable milliner, Hay st, Fayetteville. 
Douthell, (J. E.) Eccles & Co., variety store, Statesville. 
Dugger, L E., A. M. , principal male academy, Warrenton. 
Drane, fl., president VVilraington and Manchester Kailroad, 

office at Wilmington. 
Darley,HFTank, editor N. ^. Argus, Wadesboro. 
Davis & Duncan, dry goods merchant, Beaufort. 
Davis, Allen, druggist, " 

Dickerson, J., dry goods and groceries, " 
Dill, S. L., dry goods and groceries, *' 

Davis, Benjamin, phvsician, - '* 

DeLahay, J. J., '" '' 

Dudley, A., 

Duncan, W. B., dry goods and groceries, *•' 
Dortch, W. T., attorney at law, Goldsboro. 
Davis, J. W., practicing ])liysician, " 
Dick, Robert P., attorney at law, Greensboro. 
Davis, Adam, practicing pliysician, Kinston. 
Dill, George W., commission and forwarding merchant, 

and agent for Murray's N. C. steamship line, Beaufort 
Davis it Kirby, phy-^icians and surgeons, GoLlsl)oro. 
Davi«, J. W., insuraure agent National Marine and Fire 

Company, of New Orleans, Goldsboro. 



■! ^^"IDealers In Sheet Music. 
• 19 

Day, Albert, "grocer and commissioa merchant, Goldsboro. 

Durham, John W., attorney at law, Wilson. 

Davis, T. C. & Co., dry goods and groceries, "Wilson. 

Daniel & Gooch, dry goods and groceries, Weldon. 

Davis & Leary, druggists, Weldon. 

Davidson, J. M., practising physician, Charlotte. 

Denson, C. B,, principal scientific school, Pittsboro. 

Dangerfield, J. E. P., family groceries and provisions, Fay- 
etteville. 

DeKosset. (A. J.) & Co., general com. merchants, Wil- 

" mington. ' — 

DeRosset, Wra. L., (DeR. & Co,,) general com, merchants, 
Wilmington. 

Daves, Graham, (DeK. & Co.,) general com. merchants, 
Wilmington. 

Dewey, Thos. W. cashier first Jfational Bank, Charlotte. 

Drake, E. B. (SL Son, editors and publishers American, 
Statesville. 

Doub, Peter, Jr,, assistant teacher, Greensboro High School, 
Green&boro. 

Dixon, Geo. F., principal Alamance Classical School, (near) 
Greensboro 

Dillingham, J. P., (Primrose & Dillingham,) druggists, 
and apothecaries, Broad street, Newbern. 

Drake, Silvia, mantma maker, Tarboro. 

Davis, John M., principal High School, Winston. 

Dobbins, James C., -attorney at law, Fayetterille. 

Dodd^Mrs., millinery aricHancy goods, Fayetteville. 

Dill, Geo. W., (Whitford & D.) com. and shipping mer- 
chants, Newbern. 

1 odd, Wm. H., Sr., (Briggs & D.) hardware dealers, Fay- 
etteville street, Raleigh, 

Disosway, Guion & Co., brokers, Pollok street, Xewbern. 

Derr, J. W., iron foundry, (near) Lincolnton. 

Dupree, Misses, first class boarding house, Raleigh. 

Durham, J. M., practicing physician, Durham. 

Dunn, A. P., grocer,^ Forestville. 

Dunn, Peter, grocer, Forcstville. 

Dicks, W. R., book binder at 5. 0. Book Store, Raleigh. 

Deaton, P. S. & Co., cabinet makers, C-uicord. 

Doub, Wm. C, prin. Cla^.^^ical and Mathematical School, 
(P. ().) Raleigh. 

Dorsey, E. W., clerk Burke county court, Morganton. 

Daney, A. E., clerk Pitt county court, Greenville,. 

Dail, G. F. M,, sheriff Green county, Snow HilK 



BRAIfSON & FARRAR,. 

20 

Davis, J. W., sheriff Wilson county, Wilson. * 

Davis, J. Henry, sheriff barterct county, Beaufort.. 
Duncan, J. H , sheritT McDowell county, Marion. 
Dashiell, L. C. . sheriff Pasquotank county, Elizabeth City. 
DoJd, James, (Briccgs & Dodd,) hardware dealer, Fayette- 
ville street, Raleigh. 

E. 

Ellen, W. H., shoemaker, corner Salisbury and Morgan 
streets, Raleigh. 

Empie, Adam, attorney at law. Journal building, Wil- 
mington. 

Eilers, H. B., com. merchant, S. E. corner, Market & Docks 
streets, Wilmington. 

Ellis & Mitchell, grain dealers, ^N". Water street, Wilming- 
ton. 

Elliot, H C, grocer, 7 Market street, Wilmington. 

Evans, Thomas, Notary Public, Dock street, Wilmington. 
.E.rtkenker, J. F., physician, corner 2nd and Martal streets, . 
Wilmington. 

Enniss, J. H., druggist, Salisbury. 

Efland, J. G., tailor, Greensboro. 

Elias Oic Cohen, merchants, Charlotte. 

Eppler & Baer, dry goods^ &c., Pollok street, Newbern.. 

Errrauuel, H. k B.,_dry goods. Main street, Newbern. 

Eccles, H. C , (Douthitt <.t Co) variety store. States ville.. - 

Everett, J. H.^ attorney at law, Goldsboro. 

Ernutt, G. N., practicing physician, Onslow county. 

Englehard, (J. A,) it Price, editors Journal, _}^ili^iitigton. 

Ewing, W. T. H., prin, Betliany Academy, BelTuiny. 

Elliot, S. H. &. Cory- stage line, Chcrryville to Ruther- 
ford ton. 

Everett-tfe-Tattonj dry goods and groceries, Weldon and 
Gaston. 

Ellis, Charles S., (Russell & E.) general com. merchants, . 
Wilmington. 

Emerson, Rev. A. J., prin. male and female school, Mt. 
Vernon Spring, Chatliaan county. 

Erwin, J. P., associate proprietor of tlie Land we Love,. 
Charlotte. 

Everett, S. B. & Co., millers, South Gaston. 

Eaton, Samuel K., waiclimaker and jeweller, Newbern. 

Evans, ^Trs. Lucy, first class boarding Ikhlso, lialoigh. 

Ellison, J..H,, cabinet and coach shop, Williamston. 



IV Dealers in Law Books. 

21 

Einstein, Z. & Bros., dry goods, clothing, Sec, Goldsboro. 
Elkin, Willis, tin and sheet iron ware, Concord. 
Eure, Henry L., clerk Gates county court, Gatesville. 
Eanes, John B., clerk Rutherford county court, Ruther- 

fordton. 
Estis, Wm. A., sheriff of Stokes county, Danbury. 

-Fuller, Jones, merchant, Louisburg. 

Foard, John F., merchant, Olin. 

Fraps, A. W., furniture dealer, FayetteviTle St., Pialcigh. 

Fendt, H, D., confectioner, corner Hillsboro sfid Salisbury 
streets, Raleigh. ' — 

Ferrell, A., & Bro., variety store, Clinton. 

Farrar, J. H., (Branson & Farrar,) booksellers and pub- 
lishers, and dealers in music and stationery, Raleigh. 

Fiulayson, W. H., druggist, Goldsboro. 

Frost, Rev. S. M., president Goldsboro Ij'emale College, 
Goldsboro. 

Fisher, Dr. Charles, superintecdent Insane Asylum of N. 
C, Raleigh. 

Flanner, William B., agent Murray's N, Y. steamship line, 
N. Water street, Wilmington. 

Fay & Rafterty, billiard saloon, 57 Market st., Wilmington. 

French, G. R. i*c Son, boot and shoe store, 11 Market St., 
-Wilmington. 

Finlayson, M. U. <!t Bro., commission merchants, 5 X. 
Water street, Wilmington. 

Flanagan, L., confectioner, 21 and 23 S. Front street, Wil- 
mington. 

French, Geoi-ge Z. & Co., grocers, Wilmington. 

Faulkner, J. R. c^ Co., proprieiors Railroad hotel, Wil- 
mington. 

Furlong, W., ice dealer, Dock street, Wilmington. 

Freeman, Wr B., practicing physician. Front street, Wil- 
mington. 

Fentress, T. R., merchant t&iior, Fayetteville st., Raleigh. 

Frederic (F.) ji- Shemwell, proprietors City hotel, Wil- 
mington. 

Fanning, P. W., painter, Front street, Wilmington. 

Franklin, J. B., confectioner, Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 

Franklin, Mrs. J. B., millinery, bonnets and trimmings, 
Fayetteville street, Raleigh, 

FxaeLuaUj^S. H., dentifit, Hay street, Fayetteville. 



BRANSON & FABBAB,. 

22 

Farriss, C. M., merchant tailor, Ealeigh. ;f;?f&t^ 

Faircloth & Miller, merchants, Winston. 
FergusDn, G. D., jeweller, Salisbury. .• 

Farmer (Albert) & Wainwright, foundry and agricultural; 

warehouse, Wilsou. 
Faucett & Bro., com. and forwarding merchants, Newborn.. 
Fuqna, Dr,, surgeon dentist, Tarboro. 
Fuller, B., editor N. C. Presbyterian, Fayetteville. 
Fallings & Springs, merchant tailors, Charlotte. 
Fawlkes & Blake, proprietors hotel, llockinghami. 
Fox, C. J., president gas company, Charlotte. 
Flanagan, tin-and sheet iron ware, Statesville. 
Faulkner, J.^., merchant, Main street, Charlotte.. 
Flynt, W., attorney at law, Winston. 
Farr & Phair, dry goods merchant, N'ewbern. 
Furches, D. M., attorney at law, Mocksville. 
Fuhrraan, F. , painter, ilaleigh. 

Frazier, W. R., proprietor Frazier's. hotel. Trinity College^__ 
[Foster, T. J. & Co.. tin and sheet iron ware, Salisbury. 
Farmer, (S. B.) & Brame, druggists, Wilson. 
Fremont, S. L., superintendent Wil. & Weldon Railroad^. 

office at Wilmington. 
Fields, William, sheriff Lenoir county, office at Kinston. 
Fuller, Thomas C, attorney at law, Fayetteville. 
Fulghum, R. T., dry goods, grocery and commission mer- 
chant, Goldsboro. 
Fawlkes & Co., stage line from Sand Hills, S. G, to Wades-^ 

bora - — 

Freeman, J. H., tin and sheet iron ware, Wilson; 
Fulkerson, J. L., variety store, Salem. ^ 

Faucett, Rev. Tlios. U., principal Female Seminary, Oxfords 
Froneberger, D. & Co.,. paper mills and iron foundry, neac 

Shelby. 

Firman & Newby, editors and publishers American Eagle,. 

Louisburg. ^ 

Furguson, W. H., coachmaker, Louisburg 
Farrell, John, proprietor hotel, Weldon. 
Farrar, 0. C, (Walker, F. & Co.) tobacco and groceries,. _ 

Newbern. 
Fairley, J. M., (Dunbar, F. & Co.,) factora^and commission 

merchants, Wilmington. 
Fairly, R. N., (Dunbar, F. & Co.,) factors and commission. 

merchants, Wilmington. 
Fishblate, S. H. tt.Bro., dry goods and, groceries, Fayette:- 

ville. 



Dealers in. Sabbath School Books. 
23 

Flowers, Geoi-ge W., principal York Collegiate Institute, 
near Taylorsville. 

Fawlkes, C/ G., clerk of county court of Alleghany, 
Shiloh. 

Freeman, E/ B., clerk supreme court, Raleigh. 

Fogg & Baffley, dentists, Pollok street, Newbern. 

Fuller, F. A., collector of customs, " 

Fetter, Fred. A., principal Henderson Collegiate Institute, 
Hend€;frsoiTi7 

Fullenwidtjr, Webb & Wells, merchants, Shelby. 

Fentress, Mrs., boarding house, Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 

Fort, Junfus, manufacturing mill, Forestville. 

Fitzgerald, J. A-, (York & F.,) dry goods and groceries, 
Concord. 

Fisher, J. L., dry goods and groceries, Concord. 

Ford, R. W. iSc Son, dry goods and groceries, Concori 

Fink, John, postmaster, Concord. 

Francis, Peter, boot' and shoemaker, Fayetteville street, 
Raleigh. 

Fentress, Theodore, confectionery, Fentress' corner, Fay- 
etteville street, Raleigh. 

Ford, F. J., Spanish consul and grocer, Wilmington. 

Fries, II. W., woolen factory, Saiera. 

Fisher, Julius, clerk Jackson county court, Webster. 

Ford, A., clerk Gaston county court, Dallas. 

Fowlkes, C. G., clerk Alleghany county court, Shiloh. 

Finley, Alfred M., clerk McDowell county court, Marion. 

Fergusofty-R ]\I., sherift' Haywood coimTy^Waynesville. 

Flanikin, William, sheriff Pitt county, Greenville. 

Fields, William, sheriff Lenoir county, Kinston. 

Falls, J. Z., sheriff Cleaveland county, Shelby. 

G. 

Grausman, M., merchant tailor, Fayetteville st., Raleigh. 

Gibble, Frank, barber and hairdresser, Beaufort. 

Gibble, J. L., variety store, Beaufort. 

Griffith, Rev. S. R., pres. Davenport Female College, Le- 
noir. 

George, E. P., agent Hartford Aceidcn Insurance Compa- 
nies, 6, S. Water street, Wihnington. 

Grady, G. & Co., brokers, corner Princess and Water sts., 
Wilmington. 

Green, Zeno. II., com. merchant, 4 N. Water street, Wil- 
mington. 



3RANS0N & FARRAR, 

M _______ 

KJadsby, J. K., city baggage express, 3 Granite Row, Wil- 
mington. • 

Granger, T. A., proprietor Granger'shotel, Goldsboro. 

Griswold, Mrs., joint proprietor Griswold hotel, Goldsboro. 

Graham, H., tailor, corner Church and Hay streets, Fay- 
etteville. 

Gleason & Wintfield, grocers, Charlotte. , •- 

Gray, J. W. vt Co., merchants, ISalisbiiry. 

Gray, li-, variety store, Winston. 

Gilmer,^ John A.., Jr., land agent and attorney, Greens- 
boro. 

Grimsley & Co., grocers, Wadesboro. 

Gaither, W. W., practicing physician, Charlotte. 

Gibbons, (Robert,) '& McComb, practicing physicians, Char- 
lotte. - - . 

Groot, E. W. & Co., wine merchants, Charlotte. 

Gray, A., merchant, Askev+lle. 

Gilliam, W. M., harness maker, Greensboro. 

Gulick, J. M., Prin. Male Academy, Goldsboro. 

Glenn, R. W., practicing physician, Greensboro. 

Gilmer, John A., Sr., attorney at law, Greensboro. 

Glover, E., jeweller, Fayetteville. 

Giddens, L. D., watchmaker and jeweller, Goldsboro. 

Green & Clifton, druggists and apothecaries, Louisburg. 

Garner, Thomas J., edhor.of "The State," Weldon. 

Grizzard, J. M. & Co., wholesale and retail druggists, Hal- 
~ ifax. — 

Green & Martin, druggists, Frantlinton. 

Goldston, Mrs., fashionable millinery, Fayetteville. ♦ 

Green, J. R., manufacturer smoking tobacco, Durham's. 

Gorman, Jno. C, (Nichols, G. & Neathery,) book and job 
printers, cor. Fayetteville and Hargett sts. , Raleigh. 

Gales, Seaton R. associate editor " Sentinel," Raleigh. 

Gardner, D. F., practicing physician, Raleigh. 

Guardner £ Nunn, auctioneers, Wilmington. 

Graves, Luke C., prin. female seminary, Clinton. 

Gulick, W. B., cashier 1st Niitioual Bank, Raleigh. 

Gooding & Watkins, dnmgists. Middle street. Newborn. 

Goodspeed, C. P., shijiping and fonvardiug merchants, Old 
City Wharf, Newborn. 

Guion,' B. S., engineer and sup't. W. C. & R. Railroad, 
Charlotte. 

Gillespie, T. D., agent Southern Express Company, Char» 
Jotte, 



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-Graves, R. H , principal Belmont school, Granville countv, 

Oxford. 
Oodwin, J. B., dentist. William'ston. 
Gentr/, Lewis & Flynt, lumbermen, Kernersville. 
Gibson, J. P. & Bro., drug:gist3, Concord. 
Grover, H. L., confectioneries, Concord. 
Gibson, E. R., practicinjij physician, Concord. 
Guthrie, J. Julius, associate editor Progress, Raleigh. 
Gilbert, E. F., watchmaker and Jeweller, Wilmington. 
Gullick, J. C , clerk Henderson county court, Henderson- 

ville. 
Gregory, John T., clerk Halifax county court, Halifax. 
Gaither, E., clerk Davie county court, Mocksville. 
Galloway, Swift, clerk Brunswick county court, Smithviile. 
Gurley, Wm. P., clerk Bertie county court, Windsor. 
Green, Lafayette, clerk Stanley county court, Allicmarle. 
Griffith, J. C, sheriff Caswell county, Yanceyvillc. 
Galloway, Rufus, sheriff Brunswick county, Smithville. 
Grady, J. R., sheriff Harnett county, Lillington. 
Greene, J. H., clerk Mitihell county court, Cbildsville. 
Gupton, E. A., sheriff Franklin county, Louisburg. 
Guthrie, Hugh B., Sheriff Orange county, Hillsboro. 
Galloway, J. i\I., sheriff Clay county, Fort Hembrie. 
Grandy, N. G., sheriff Camden county^ Camden C. H. 

H. 



Henley, James A., merchant, Franklinton. — 

Hurlbut, & McLean, merchant, corner Pollok ct Middle sts., 
Newbern. 

Hall, A. E.,com. merchant, 22 N. Water street, Wilmingtom 

Hathaway & Utley, commission merchants, Wilmington. 

Hart Sc Lewis, hardware and houselurnishing, Ncwbern. 

Howell & Co., boot and shoemakers, Raleigh. 

Hall, (H. L.) i*c Bro., booksellers and stationery, Newbern. 

Hill, Wm. G., practicing physician, Hillsboro' street, 
Raleigh. 

Haynes, E. D., undertaker, Wilmington st., Raleigli. 

Harden, C. II., photograpliic artist, Beaufort. 

Hughes, John, attorney at law, Kewb.ern. 

Holmes, John L., attorney at law, court house, Wilming- 
ton. 

Heighsmith, Wm., blacksmith, Wilmington. 

Hall, C. M., dry goods merchant, 29 Market street, Wil- 
minfrton. 



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Headrick & Ryan, dry goods, 5 and 7 N. Front street, Wil- 
rainj^ton. 

Huggins, W, T., grocer, S. E. corner Market and 2nd sts., 
Wilmington. 

Heyer vt Ulrich, grocers, 39 N. Water street, Wilmington. 

Hopkins & Jolinson, grocers, wine and liquor dealers. Gran- 
ite Row, Wilmington. 

Hussell & Bappler, wine and liquor dealers, S. E. cor. N. & 
Water streets, Wilmington. 

Havans & Latham, merchants, S. E. cor. Craven & Front 
streets, Newbern. 

Haigh, T. D., physician, Fayetteville. 

Heinsberger, P., bookbinder, journal building, Wilming- 
ton. 

Haver, Yon Clahn & Co., grocers, Water street, Wilming- 
ton. 

Hinsdale, S. J., druggist Hay street, Fayetteville. 

Henshaw & Thorbur-n, merchants, Morehcad City. 

Harris & Williams, merchants, Warrenton. 

Hostler, G., fashionable barber, Wilmington. 

Hollingsworth, J., dry goods and groceries, Person street, 
Fayetteville. 

Hawley & Sons, boot and shoe house, Hay street, Fayette- 
ville. 

Handy, W. C.,-^-ocer and confectioner, Salisbury. — 

Hall & Limler, liquor dealer, Salisbury. 

Hege & BriDs., boots, shoes and hard ware,^ Winston. — 

Hamertou, W. H., insurance agent, Salisbury. 

HilHard <t Weaver, druggists, Asheville. 

Hllliard & Xelson, practicing physician, Asheville. 

Hardy, (J. F. E.) McDowell & Hardy, physicians, Ashe- 
ville. — 

dB!olt (Sc Suramcy, physicians, Asheville. 

Harriss, J. & Co., confectioners and liquor dealers, Tarboro- 

Hyatt, J. B., auctioneer, Tarboro. 

Hildeshimer, J., merchant, Gre'ensboro. 

Hill, Warren & Co., agents Logan manufacturing company, 
Greensboro. 

Hunt Si Walton, proprietors Walton house, Morganton. 

Hough & Co., com. merchants, corner S. and Front streets, 
Newbern. 

Hohlen, L. J. grocer, Newbern. 

Horton, 11. B. Sc- K. B., dentists and ambrotypists, Wades- 
boro. 

Hearne, W. A., editor North Carolinian, Wilson. 



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Haynes, Lewis, editor Old North State, Salisbur7, 

Haven, B. F. com. merchant, Washington. 

Hasscll, C. B., com. merchant, WilHamston. 

Harty & Co. crockery, china and gUissware, Charlotte. 

Hawell, S. M., saddle and harness maker, Charlotte. 

Havin, J. M., foundry and machine shop, Charlotte. 

Hughes, J. B., practicing physician ]\Iaia street, Newbern. 

Hunt & Hall, dry goods merchants, Newbern. 

Hutton, B. V. L., bookseller ao stationer, Newbern- 

Herring, X. B., practicing physician, (Nash county,) Stan- 
hope. 

Harrison, S. D.. grocer, Ealeigh. 

Hufhara, Rev. J. D., editor BiMical Recorder, Raleigh. 

Hampton, J, S., associate editor Old North State Sal- 
isburv. 

Holden, (W. W.) & Son, editors N. C. Standard, Raleigh. 

Holden, Joseph W., (W. W. H. & Son,) editars N. C. 
Standard, Raleigh. 

Hill, W. S., attorney at law, Greensboro. 

Henderson, C. A., physician, Salisbury. 

Hill & Saunders, dry goods and groceries, Beaufort, 

Hill, Cicero, practicing physician, Shepherdsville. 

Hollowell, T. J., mayor, Goldsboro. 

Hollowcll, W. G., county court clerk of Wayne, Goldsboro. 

Holland, W. A., attorney at lav*r, Kinston. 

Hunter, Nick, county court clerk of Lenoir, Kinston. 

Hubbard, J. H. & Co., dry goDds and groceries, Cirnton. 

Homes & Hatrick, " " " — 

Hastings v.t James, " " Smithfield. 

Horton & Telfair, " " " 

Hastings, W. H., '* . " " 

Horton,^ " « " - 

Holland, A. " " _ " 

Haigh, William H., attorney at^law, Fayetteville. 

Home, H. W., " " " 

Hall, J. H., president Beaver Creek Manufocturing Com- 
pany, Fayetteville. 

JIarvey, William H., superinlcudent Atlantic and North 
Carolina Railroad, Newbern. 

Hutton, B. VanLear, groceries, liquors and woodware,, 

^ Goldsboro. 

Hadly, Thomas J., attorney at law, Tarboro. 

Howard, George, attorney at law, Tarboro. 

Hincs, A. J., dry goods and groceries, Wilson. 

Heartt, Dennis, editor Recorder^ Hillsboro.. 



BRANSON & FARKAR, 

Horner, James H., principal male academy, Oxford- 
Hunt, R. L. cl' D. A., groceries and dry goods, Oxford. 
Herndon, H. C, dry goods and groceries, '* 

Harris, B. F. c't- Co., dry goods and groceries, " 
Hughes vt Taylor, dry goods and groceries, '^ 

Hunt, James, dry goods and groceries, '* 

Harris, G. B., attorney at law, Henderson. 
Hicks, P. S., house, sign and fancy painter, Battleboro. 
Hayden v^- Nelson, editors Cleavelund Argus^ Shelby. 
Haynes, X. N^ cabinet maker, " 

Hutcheson, E. Nye, dealer in guano and fertilizers, Sal- 
isbury. 
Hill, Gen. D. H., editor Land We Love, Charlotte. 
Hardy, W. M., (Coleman & H.) attoxnevs at law, Asheville. 
Hardy, J. G. (H. McDowell & H.) physicians, '' 

Hahr, Prof. F. J., teacher female high school, Fayetteville. 
Hinsdale, John W., attorney at law. 2 Hay st.. 



Hill, Rev. H. G., principal English and Classical male 
school, Hillsboro. 

Hill, C. H., assistant principal English and Classical male 
school, Hillsboro. 

Harris, George H., (Harris & Howell) general commission 
merchants, Wilmington. 

Harris, W. W., (H. & Howell) general commission mer- 
chanl^s, Wilmington. 

Howell. A. J., (Harris & El.) general commission merchants, 
Wilmington. ~ 

Home & Fiobinson, druggists and apothecaries^Fayetteville. 

Hooper, Rev. W., principal family school for young ladies, 
near Warsaw. 

Howell, Mrs. V. C, select school, Raleigh. 
^Henderson, (C A.)-&-Whitehead, plr. sicans, Salisbury. 

Heptinstall, M. C. & G. W., manutacturers " Watch Dog," 
Enfield. 

Hoffman, Cliarlcs, (Mailett & H.,) generaTcommission mer- 
chants, Wilmington. 

Hawkins, William J., president Raleigh and Gaston Rail- 
road, office at fialeigh. 

Haywood, F. J., practicing physician, Fayetteville street, 
Raleigh. 

Haywood, E. Burke, practicing physician, Newborn street, 
Raleigh. 

Hanks, ^Martin, cabinet maker, Pittsboro. 

Hewlett, Dr. J. W., surgeon dentist, Gj-ocnsboro. 



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J^Hugwos, H. T., barber ami haijfjresser, Fayetteville street,. 

Ralei<^h. 
Harrison, Rufas, mattress maker, Raleigh. 
Hege, Rev, Gr. W., President Tadkia College_, Davidson 

county. 
Hart, Miss Annie, teacher select school, Wilmington. 
Haas, Sol. & Co., shipping and corn, merchants, Water st, 

Wil minion. 
Hardy, Mrs. H. B., first class boarding house, Wilmington. 
Hmton, J. N., principal male and female high school, Wil- 
mington. 
Hooper, J. De B., select school, Wilmington. 
Hutchison & Springs, insurance agents, Charlotte. 
Hammond, (H. B.) i*c McLaughlin, grocers, Charlotte. 
Hines, Julian, principal male academy, Kittrell's. 
High, Mrs. John T., boarding house, east of Capitol, 

Raleigh. 
Haywood, F. J., (Williams & H.) druggists, Fayetteville 

street, Raleigh. 
Heartt, L, E., dry goods, groceries, &c,, Fayetteville St., 

Raleigh; 
Hubbs & Co,, wholesale and retail grocers, Middle street, 

Newbern. 
Higgins & Sirmond, dry goods and groceries. Front street,. 

Newbern. 
Harper, F. M., sheriff of Craven county, JTewbern. 
HuskivATrs. primary school, Mill fiboro— 
Hicks, Thomas, practicing physician, Durhams. 
Hassell, S., principal select school, Wiliiamston. 
Hunter J. Turner, nianutacruriug mill, Forestville; 
Harp, John, saw and grist mill, (near) Ralei^fh. 
Haywood, Sam, blacksmith, Wilmington street, Raleigh. 
Holleraan, W. H., family grocer, Hargett, street, Raleigh. 
- Hutsel, ]\Irs. Mary E., agent Reems Creek Masonic High 

School, Reems Creek, 
Harris^;, J. c<: To., drinking saloon, Tarboro, 
Hill, W, J., (Wallace vt H.,) saddles and harness, Concord. 
Haithcock, D. L., blacksmith, Concord. 
Harkie i^ ■J;>mith, dry goods and groceries. Mt. Pleasant, 
Henderson, F, M,, practicing physician, Concord. 
Howerton, W. H., dry goods, groceries, Otc, Salisbury. 
Heck, J. M,, president Gorgas 3Iiuing and Manutacturing-. 

Company of Chatham county. 
Harris & Williams, dry goods and groceri*^s, Warrenton. 
IJawley, G. F., dry goods and groceries,. Blockorsvi He- 



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80 

Hutchlns; C. W. D. & Bro., sadclles, harness and groce- 
ries, Masonic Hall building, Raleigh. 
Haywood, Miss Franncis A., private school, Raleigh. 
Horton, T. C, clerk Franklin county court, Louisburg. 
High, D. P., clerk Columbus county court, Whitusville. 
Hardin, R. T., clerk Ashe county court, Jefferson. 
Bollowell, W. G., clerk Wayne county court, Goldsboro. 
Hampton, Henry C, clerk Surry county court, Dobson. 
Hill, Joel F., clerk Stokes county court, Danbury. 
Harrell, Wm. H., clerk Martin county court, Williamston. 
Harper^ F. M., sheriff Craven county, ^'ewbcrn. 
Hare, J. B., sheriff Hertford county, Winton. 
Haymore, Wm., sheriff Surry county, Dobson. 
Hampton, N. B., sheriff Polk county, Columbus. 
Hix, W. G., sheriff Wilkes county, Wilkesboro. 
Humpries, T. C, sheriff Currituck county, Currituck, C. H. 
Hinson, John W., sheriff Duplin county, Kenansville. 
Hardie, Robert W., sheriff Cumberland county, Fayetteville. 
Harris, John L., sheriff Person county, Roxboro. 
Horton, John, sheriff' Watauga county, Boone. 
Hudson, H. T., editor Enterprise, Raleigh. 

Israel, J. M., publisher News, Asheville. 
Ingold, A. W., editor Patriot, Greensboro. "~ 

Irby, J. E., Clerk Mecklenburg county court, Charlotte. 
Irby, J. E., clerk Union county court, Monroe. 



J. 

Jones, W. H., (Pulliam & J.) wholesale grocers, Fayette- 
ville street, Raleigh. 

Johnson, Charles E., practicing physician, Hillsboro street, 
Raleigh. 

Jones, W. C, practicing physician, Morehcad City. 

Jones, Rev. Turner M., president Louisburg Female College, 
Louishurg. 

Johnson, T. H. & Bro., butchers, market house, Wilmington. 

Jenkins <fc Bro., cabinet makers, corner 2nd and Market 
streets, Wilmington. 

James & Brown, civil engineers and real estate agents, 
Princess street, Wiln)ington. 

Jacobi, iS'. & Co., merchants, 9 Market street, Wilmington. 

Jacobs, B. J., saddlery and harness, " 



.Fnblistiers of The Enterprise- 
31 

Jones, W. 0., dentist, High Point. 

Johnson, T. J. & Bro., commission and forwarding mer- 
chants, Wilmington. 

Johnston, Albert, family grocer, market square, Ealeigh. 

Jones, R , proprietor Fayetteville hotel, Hay .street, Fay- 
etteville. 

Jones, J., barber and hairdresser, Raleigh. 

Justice, A., attorney at law, Newborn. 

Jones & Whitcomb, lumbermen, Xewbern. 

Jones, K., (Davis & J.) family grocers and com. merchants, 
Fayetteville, street, Raleigh. 

Jones, S. T. & Co., bankers and brokers, Newbern. 

Jamison, Dr., practicing physician, Kinston. 

Jones, Dr. John, practicing physician. Auburn. 

Johnston, A. & Son, dry goods and groceries, Clinton. 

Jones, W. B., dry goods and groceries, Smithfield. 

Jones, W. M. & Co., grocers, Wadesboro. 

Joyner & Thomas, varie y store, Franklinton. 

Johnston, Thomas D., attorney at law, Asheville. 

Johnston, Alex., Jr. & Co., (McKethan, T. T._,) grocers and 
com. merchants, Wilmington. 

Judkins, James N., groceries, wines and liquors, Halifax 

Jarrell, Manliff, proprietor hotel, High Point. 

Jones, J. W., (Walker, Farrar & Co.) tobacco, snuff, &c., 
Newbern. 

Jone;,s, A. H., editor Pioneer, Henderson ville. 

Jones, Rev. G. S., principal Heudersonville seminary, Hen- 
derson ville. - 

Jewett, J. W., principal Wilmington male and female sem- 
inary, Wilmington. 

Jewett, Mrs. ^M. A., assistant Wilmington male and fe- 
_male seminary, Wilmington^ 

Jewett, Miss E. V., assistant Wilmington male and female 
seminary, Wilmington. 

James, Miss Hettie, associate teacher Society Hall school, 
Wilmington. 

Jerkins, Alonzo T., president board of trade, Newbern. 

Jeifreys, Mrs. Caroline, house near central depot, Raleigh. 

Jones, W. C, druggist, Moreliead City. 

Jomis, L. C., engineer and superintendent Western Rail- 
road, Fayetteville. 

Jones, Nathaniel R., sherifi' Warren county, Warrenton 

Justice, W. D., sheriff Hemlerson county, Heudersonville 

Jones, J. C., sheriff Alleghany county, Shiloh. 



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32 

Johnston, A. J., clerk Onslow county, Jacksonville: 
Jones, Bcirtlet Jr., sheriff Tyrrell county, Columbia. 

K. --■ 

Kats, M. M., dry goods dealer, market street, Wilmington. 

Kirby, G. L., practicing physician, Goldsboro. 

King ^'(; Whitelaw, marble yard, Raleigh. 

Kennedy, Rev. J. S., principal Asheville Female College, 

Asheville. 
Kidder <.t Martin, agents Home, Phoenix and Merchant's 

Insurance Company, and commission merchants, corner 

Water and Dock streets, Wilmington. 
King, J. J., butcher, market house, Wilmington. 
King, J. B., " " 

Kahnweiler & CoiTTnilliiiery gooJs, corner Front and Water 

streets, Wilmington. 
Keith, E. A., com. mercliants, 15^ North st., Wilmington. 
Kahnweiler & Bro., commission mercharrts, Market and 

Front streets, Wilmington. 
Klander i.^- Co., brewer, corner Front and Church streets, 

Wilmington. 
Kliug, F., painter, 25 South Front street, Wilmington. 
King, J. F., practicing physician, 69 Market street, Wil- 
mington. 
Knolil, F. W., jeweller, South Front street, Wilmington- 
Kelly, S., saloon, 18 North Water street, Wiltniny;ton. 
Klein, I)., proprietor Wilmington gilrdens_,^3Vilraington. 
Kenedy, S., practicing physicir-n, Mansion house, Salis- 

bur}. 
Kyle, James, dry goods merchant, Hay street, Fayetteville. 
King, K. W., practicing physician, Wilson. 
Iveogli vt Crane, variety store, Greensboro. 
King, John, druggist, Beaufort. 
Kennedy, J. T., sheriff Wayne county, Goldsboro, 
Kauh & Stein, dry goods-merchants, Greensboro. 
Kersey & Coble, wlieelwrights and carpenters, Greensboro.- 
Kenedy, P. B., photogra])h artist, Greensboro. 
Kendall, T. W., merchant, Ansonville. - 

Koopman & Phelps, merchants, Charlotte. 
Kline, A., clothing and dry goods, Fayetteville^ street,. 

Raleigh. 
Kelly, H., practicing physician, Statesville. 
Kuester, Charles ct Bro., gun and locksmiths, Raleigh. 
King, W. C., proprietor Front street house, I3eaiifort. 



Fublisners of the Dizie Series. 

33 

Kingsbury & Cooper, dry goods and groceries, Oxford. 

Kingsbury & Gregory, grocers, Oxford. 

Kerr & Day, attorneys at law, Weldon. 

Kerr, S. G., (Burgin, K. & Sumiacy^) variety store, Ashe- 

ville. 
Kennedy, Pliilip P., photograph artist, Ashoville. 
Kolloek, Miss, (with Misses Nash) select boarding school, 

Hillsboro. 
^Kendall. W. P., Sr., (Cox, K. & Co,) general com. and 

forwarding merchants, Wilmington. 
Kendall, W. P., Jr., (Cox, K. & Co.,) general com. and 

forwardinsr merchants, Wilmincrton. 
Kennedy, Miss Kate, private select school. Wilmington. 
Klutts, Miss C, private select school, Salisbury. 
Kline & Blackwelder, livery stables. Concord, 
Kline, M. L., clerk Catawba county court, Newton. 
Kennedy, John, sheriff Wayne county Goldiboro. ^ 
Kelly, S. A., sheriff Davie county, Mocksville. 
King, R., sheriff Robeson county, Lumberton. 

L. 

Lilly/ H. & E. J., dry goods merchants, Hay street, Fay- 
etteville. 

Leland, Biglow & Co., dry goods merchants, Newbern. 

Lawrenburg & Bro., dry goods dealers, Beaufort. 

Lamson, F., jeweller, No. 1, Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 

Love, J. D.," books and stationery, 22 Market street, Wil- 
'inington. 

Larkins & Hardwick, grocers, 59 Market street, Wilming- 
ton. 

Long, S. & Co., grocers, Greensboro. 

Lippett, W. H., druggist, 55 Market street, Wilmington. 

Lander, Rev. S , principal Lincolnton female college, Lin- 
colnton. 

London, ^l , attorney at law, Wilmington. 

Les.sman, A., baker, 11 S. 2nd street, Wilmington. 

Lyon, Jacob, ready-made clothing corner Market and X. 
Water street, Wilmington. 

Lynch, Thomas, grocer, corner Princess and Water streets,- 
W^ilmington. 

Levy, Jonas P., grocer and ship chandler, Dock street, Wil- 
mington. 

Loeb, Jacob, Notary Public, 9 S. Water street, Wilming,- 
tan. 



Publishers ot the Dme Series. 

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Kingsbury & Cooper, dry goods and groceries, Oxford. 

Kingsbury & Gregory, grocers, Oxford. 

Kerr & Day, attorneys at law, Weldon. 

Kerr, 8. Gr., (Biirgin, K. & Summey/) variety store, Ashe- 

ville. 
Kennedy, Philip P., photograph artist, Asheville. 
Kollock, Miss, (with Misses Nash) select boarding school, 

Hillshoro. 
Kendall. W. P., Sr., (Cox, K. & Co,) general com. and 

forwarding merchants, Wilmington. 
Kendall, W. P., Jr., (Cox, K. & Co.,) general com. and 

forwarding merchants, Wilmington. 
Kennedy, Miss Kate, private select school. WilmingtoUi 
Klutts, Miss C. , private select school, Salisbury. 
Kline & Blackwelder, livery stables, Concord. 
Kline, M. L., clerk Catawba county court, Newton. 
Kennedy, John, sheriff Wayne county Goldsboro. 
Kelly^ S. A., sheriff Davie county, Mocksville. 
King, R., sheriff Robeson county, Lumberton. 



Lilly, H. & E. J., dry goods merchants, Hay street. Fay- 
etteville. / 

Leland, Biglow & Co., dry goods merchants, Newbern. 

Lawrenburg & Bro., dry goods dealers, Beaufort; 

Lamson, F., jeweller, No. 1, Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 

Love, J. D., books and stationery, 22 Market street, Wil- 
mington. 

Larkins & Hardwick, grocers, 59 Market street, Wilming- 
ton. 

Long, S. & Co., grocers, Greensboro. 

Lippett, W. H., druggist, 55 Market street, Wilmington, 

Lander, Rev, S , principal Lincolnton female college, Lin- 
colnton. 

London, M , attorney at law, Wilmington. 

Lessman, A., baker, 11 S. 2nd street, Wilmington. 

Lyon, Jacob, ready-made clothing corner Market and N. 
Water street, Wilmington. 

Lynch, Thomas, grocer, corner Princess and Water streets, 
Wilmington. 

Levy, Jonas P., grocer and ship chandler, Dock street, Wil- 
mington. 

£oeb, Jacob, Notary Piiblic, 9 S. Water street, Wilming- 
ton,. 

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Langclon, Walter K., pliysician, Market street, Wilmington, 

Lane, W. J., physician, Front street, Wilmington. 

Lumsden, J. C, saloon, 2 N. Front street, Wilmington. 

Linton, S. E., gas agent, Salisbury. 

Lipscomb, 0. D., foreman finishing department, K & G. 
R R. Shops, Raleigh. 

Lyon, Miss J., milliner, S. E. corner Princess and 5th sts., 
Wilmington. 

Lawrence & Bolton, house and sign painters, Charlotte. 

Lancaster, J. W., attorney at law, Wilson. 

Lott, H. D., grocer, Salem. 

Leiser, J. G. C, confectioner and baker, Tryon street^ Char- 
lotte. 

Lawrence, J. J , physician and chemist, Wilson. 

Lipscomb, J. W., baker, grocer and confectioner, Tarboro. 

Lane, Gen. J. H., princpal male academy, ( oncord. 

Lumsde^i, Mrs., milliner, Front street, Wilmington. 

Liles, E. R., merchant, (Anson county) Lilesville. 

Lipscomb & Bond, lumbermen, Tarboro. 

Loomis & Co.^ dry goods dealers, S. Front street, Newbern. 

Leinback, T. W"., jeweller, Salem. 

Lowe, Mary J., grocery and confectionery, James (xj Roads. 

Lutts, J. J., agent National Express Company, Wilson. 

Leffers, Samuel, physician, (Carteret county) Straits. 

Lefiers, Samuel, Jr., physician, Straits. 

Logan, John, physician, Greensboro. 

Lindley, Thomas, physician, Greensboro. 

Lee, T. M., dry goods and groceries, Clinton. 

Lougee, & Bro., tin and sheet iron ware and stoves, Fay- 
etteville street, Raleigh. 

Lewis, R. G., attorney at law, Raleigh. 

Loomis, Geo. L., agent commission and forwarding mer- 
chant, Newbern. 

Lash, L G.^ president 1st National Bank, Salem. 

Landis & Co., dry goods and groceries, Oxford. 

Lawrence & Bryan, dry goods and groceries, Tarboro. 

Lipscomb, Geo. B., livery and sales stables, Tarboro. 

Lawrence, (Q. W.) & Wightman, dry goods Hay street, 
Fayetteville. 

Lanneau, Mrs. F. H., teacher female high school, Fayette- 
ville. 

Leete, Miss I. A., select private school, Fayetteville. 

Lewis, W* G., superintendent, R. & G. Railroad, office at 
Raleigh. 



Publishers of Mary Barker, 

' 35 

Lord, F. J.J family grocer, Wilmington. 

Long, J. F., (Campbell & L., physicians, Statesville. 

Lassiter, W. H. & Co., dry goods and groceries, Henderson.. 

Lamb, Wilson GT., dry goods and groceries, Williamston. 

Lickman, Andrew J., wines and liquors, Williamston. 

Latham, W. W., principal girls and boys school, William- 
ston. 

Litaker, Rnfus, confectioneries, Concord. 

Leslie, M. B., coach and buggy maker, Concord. 

Long, Misses — , primary school, " 

Long, John M., attorney at law, " 

Lett, J. V/,, dry goods and groceries, Person street, Fay- 
etteville. 

Lacy, Mrs. Dr., school for young ladies, Ealeigh. 

Lacy, Eev. Drury, principal boys' select school, Raleigh, 

Lacy, Rev. Wm. S., assistant, " " " 

Lane, Rev. Wm. K., chairman Wayne county court, Golds- 
boro. 

Landis, Augustin, clerk Granville county court, Oxford. 

Landis, G. B., clerk' Folk county court, Columbus. 

Laws, George, clerk Orange county court, Hillsboro. 

Long, John A., sheriff Richmond county, Rockingham. 

Lawrence, L. H., sheriff' Lincoln county, Lincolnton. 

Latham, William, sheriff Ashe county, Jefferson. 

Loftin, David, sheriff Davidson county, Lexington. 

Lewis, David, eating saloon, Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 

Lougee, Augustus H., family grocer, Wilmington street^ 



Ealeigh. 



M. 



McKimmon, A. N. " & J., merchants, Fayetteville street, 
Raleigh. 

McDaniel, James & Co., com. merchants, Fayetteville. 

Minetree. & Pleasants, grocers, Louisburg. 

McKee, William H., practicing physician, Ealeigh. 

McLin, Henry, druggist, corner S. Market and Front 
streets, Wilmington. 

Menninger, H. J., druggist, Newbern. 

Mahler, H., jeweller and engraver, Fayetteville st., Raleigh, 

Miller, W. R., real estate and general agent, Raleigh. 

Mebane, C. P. & Co., tanners, Mebanesville. 

Moore, B. R., attorney at law. Journal building, Wil- 
mington. 

Miller & Savage, butchers, market house, Wilmington. 



BBAXSOir & FARRAR, 

36 

McCormick, James, merchant taylor, 2T Market street,. 

Wilmington. 
Martin, Alfred, commission merchant, 5 8. Water street, 

Wilmington. 
McRae & Grurganiis, commission merchants, 3 N. Water 

street, Wilmington. 
McRary, W. H. & Co., commission merchants, N. E. corner 

Princess and Water streets, Wilmington. 
Martin, C. H., commission merchant, 32 N. Water street, 

Wilmington. 
Moffitt, McNeill & Co., commission merchants, 4 S. Water 

street, Wilmington. 
Mclnnis, M., commission merchant, 16 N. Water street, 

Wilmington. 
McRae, — , ph3^sician,.Hay street, Fayetteville. 
McSwain, H. A., physician, church street, Fayetteville. 
Marcus & Kehr, dry goods dealers, 59 Market street, Wil- 
mington. 
MaComber, James, agent Southern Express Company, 3 

Granite Row, Wilmington. 
Myers, George, grocer, Hand 13 S.Front st., Wilmington. 
Mallard & King, grocers, 69 Market street, '' 

Madison & Thompson, painters. Princess street, " 
McHee, J. F., Jr., practicing physician, corner Front andc 

Chestnut streets, Wilmington. 
Medway, A., practicing physician, Wilmington. 
Mitcheil, J. H., gem saloon, 3 S. Waters!., Wilmington. 
Meir, James, national saloon. Dock street, Wilmington... 
Michord, J. S., dentist, Goldsboro. 
McBride, J., jeweller, Wilson, 
MoNair & Micks, physioians, Tarboro, 
McNair & Owen, druggists, '' 
Mallett, A. F., agent gas machine, Wilmington. 
Mehegan, J., merchant tailor, Tarboro. 
Magee, T., wine and liquor dealer, Tarboro. 
Moore & Co., dry goods dealers,. " 

McDowell, Rev. A., principal Cho-wan Institute, Mur- 

freesboro. 
Masten, J., attorney at law, Winston; 
Marshall & Co., bakers, Wilson. 
May & Co., dry goods dealers, Greensboro. 
Maurice, F. B., music dealer, " 

McCubbins & Foster, merchants, Salisbury. 
Morris & Co., druggists, " 

Moore & Tulford, coach makers, Rocky Mount. 



Publishers of York's Grammar. 

3.7 

-lAloore, E. F., raerchant, Hay street, Fayetteville. 

Moore, B. F., attorney and counsellor at law, Raleigh, 

McArthiir, N. A., dry goods merchants, Fayetteville. 

McLaurin, D., grocer, '' 

McMillan, H. & Son, dry goods and groceries, Fayetteville. 

Mickey, J. E. & 8. F., tin and' sheet ironware, &c., Winston. 

Morton, J., proprietor Morton house, Greensboro. 

McGwinn, Ledwell & Sizer, confectioners, Charlotte. 

McLeod & Steele, merchants^ " 

McFarland, Mrs , milliner, Ansonville. 

McNair, H., commission merchant, Tarboro. 

Moore, W. P., proprietor Gaston house. Newborn, and also 
» Mansion house, Charlotte. 

Maurice, Mrs. N., millinery and fancy goods, Greensboro. 

Magruder, A. B., attorney at law, Charlotte. 

Moody, M. D. L., merchant, " 

Merwin & Co., variety store. Newborn. 

Moye, M. T., books and stationery, Wilson. 

McKethan, A. A. & Sons, coachmakers, Person street, Fay- 
etteville. 

Manly & Thompson, attorneys at law, Newbern. 

.Morton, C. S., practicing physician, Salisbury. 

Meroney & Bro., lumbermen, Salisbury. 

Moffitt, A. A. & Bro., commission merchants, Wilmington. 

McLaurin John & Co., commission merchants, Wilming- 
ton. 

.Moore & Petteway, commission merchants, Wilmington. 

McKay, W. McL., proprietor, N. C. Presbyterian, Fay- 
etteville. 

!McNair, H., proprietor and editor Southerner, Tarboro. 

McLean, James K., attorney at law, Greensboro. 

Murray, Thomas, dry goods and groceries, Beaufort. 

Manney, J. L , physician, Beaufort. 

Morrisey, W. J., attorney at law, Coldsboro. 

Miller, J. F., practicing physician, Goldsboro. 

Morrow, George, chief of police, Goldsboro. 

Miller, L., practicing physician, Kinston. 

Miller, A. R,, dentist, " 

Murrell, J. A., attorney at law, Jacksonville. 

Mattock, Kitt, practicing physician, Jacksonville, 

McCaulay, Allan, (Stenhouse &M.) grocers and commission 
merchants, Charlotte. 

MdLean, J. F., practicing physician, Summerville. 

McDuffie, M. J., practicing physician, Fayetteville. 

Jiorrisey Thomas, practicing physician, Lumberton.. 



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38 

Moselj'', Geo., practicing physician, Clinton. 

McRae, James C, attorney at law, Fayetteville. 

Martine, Theodoi-e, practicing physician, Fayetteville. 

Martin, M. &, Co., foundry and machine shop, Charlotte. 

Manei's, H. D.. house carpenter, Wadesboro. 

Mehegan, Walter, tailor, Wilson. 

Marshbourne & Williams, lumbermen, Black Creek. 

Morris, R. F. & Son, manufacturers smoking tobacco, Dur- 
ham's. 

Mills, J. H., president female college, Oxford. 

Mitchell & Crew.s, druggists, " 

Myers, John & Son, commission merchants, WashingtoQi,, 

Moore, John L., dry goods and groceries, Shelby. 

Moore, Henry & Bro., furniture dealers, Salisbury. 

Mock, A. J. & Co., dry goods and groceries, Salisbury. 

McDowell, J. A., (Hardy, McD. & Hardy,) physicians, 
Asheville. 

McNeill, Mrs. J. H.,[ teacher female high school, Fayette- 
ville. 

Murchison, K. M., (Williams & M.) general commission- 
merchants, Fayetteville. 

Murchison, D. R., (Williams & M.) general commission 
merchants, Fayetteville. 

McKethan, E. T., (Alex. Johnston, Jr.,& Co.) grocers and 
commission merchants, Wilmington. 

Myrover, H. L. & J. H., editors and publishers News, Fay- 
etteville. 

McMahon, M., dry goods and groceries, Halifax. 

Marsh, Rev. R. H., principal male and female school, Chat- 
ham county, Mt. Yemen Springs. 

Mendenhall, Cyrus P., president N. C. petroleum and mi- 
ning company^ Greensboro. 

McGee, Thaddeus, (W\ H. & R. S. Tucker & Co.) dry 
goods, groceries, &c.;, Raleigh. 

Mallett, (Peter) & Hoifman, general commission merchants^ 
Wilmington. 

Mallory, J. R., cabinet maker, Pittsboro. 

McLean. Mrs. M D., McLean House, Statesville. 

Miller & Van Pelt, dry goods and groceries, Statesville. 

McAdoo, W. D., & Bro., variety and produce store, Greens- 
boro. 

McLean, Jesse R., A. M., teacher high. school, Greensboro. 

McDowell, J. W., dry goods, groceries, &c., Greensboro. 

McLean & Co., dry goods and clothing, corner PoUok. and 
Middle streetSj„New.bern.. 



Publishers of the Dixie Geography. 

39 

Mitchell, (T. J.) Allen & Co., agriculture and hardware 
house, Newbern. 

McLaurin, John, (Moffit, Bro. & Co.,) general com, mer- 
chants, Wilmington. 

Moffit, W. D., (M., Bro. & Co.) general com. merchants, 
Wilmington. 

Meginny, L., principal Wilmington girls and boys insti- 
tute, Wilmington, 

Morelle, Rev. Daniel, English and classical school, Wil- 
mington. 

Myers, Charles D., agent wines and liquor, 11 and 13 
8. Front street, Wilmington. 

Matthews, W., grocer, Fayetteville. 

McCombs, J. P., (Gibbons & McC.) physicians, Charlotte^ 

Morse, PI. E., d'ry goods, groceries, &c. , " 

McLaughlin, Jos., (Hammond & McL.) grocers, "^ 

McDonald, R., (Stenhuse, Macaulay & Co.) grocers and 
commission merchants, Charlotte. 

Miller, A., post master, Raleigh, 

McNemara & O'Connor, wine and liquor dealers, Craven 
street, Newbern. 

Maglen & Mam well, machinists, Craven street, Newbern. 

Moore, Francis M., groceries, &c , Pittsboro. 

Martin, Gen. J. G., (Baily & M ) attorneys at law, Ashe- 
ville. 

Miner, Miss, music teacher, Hillsboro. 

McMannen, J. A., manufacturer smut machines, Durham. 

McLean, Archie, mayor, Fayetteville. 

Mangum, Vv". P. J., lumberman, Durham's, 

Macon, T. B., grocer and commission merchant, Hargett 
street, Raleigh. 

Myrover, H. L., president Western Railroad, Fayetteville. 

Murdock, F. J., principal Newton Academy, Newton. 

Moore, Charles C, merchant, Tarboro. 

Morse, A. H., dry goods and groceries, Concord, 

McDonald, Harris & Co., dry goods and groceries, Concord. 

McDonald, J. & iSon, cotton factory, " 

Misenheimer, J,, dry goods and groceries, Mt. Pleasant. 

Makepeace, George, president Cedar Falls and Franklins- 
ville Manufacturing Companies, Cedar Falls. 

McCaleb, Mrs. M. 8., boarding house, Market street, Wil- 
mington. 

Mangum, Miss "W. P., select school, near Hillsboro. 

Massey, B. T., clerk Johnston county court, Smithfield, 



3RANB0N & FARRAR, 

40 

llatheson, R. P., clerk Alexander county court, Taylors- 
ville. 

Medford, W. W., clei'b Hay wood county court, Waynesville. 

McCanlis, D., clerk Yancey county court, Burn&ville. 

Marler, J. Gr., clerk Tankiu county court, Yadkinsville. 

Mathis, W. A., clerk Sampson county court, Clinton. 

MclS'eill^ A. H., clerk Moore county court, Carthage. 

Maxwell, William, clerk Mecklenburg county court, Char- 
lotte. 

3Ioore, Joab L., sheriff Macon county, Franklin. 

Masten, Matthias, sheriff Forsythe county, Winston. 

Murrill, K., sheriff Onslow county, Jacksonville. 

Moore, D, W., sheriff Alexander county, Taylorsville. 

Mann, Jonathan, sheriff Stanley county, Albemarle. 

McCall, R. R., sheriff Caldwell county, Lenoir. 

McAulay, D. C., sheriff Montgomery county, Troy. 

Nichols, (John) Gorman & Neathery, book and job prin- 
ters, Raleigh. 

Newman, P., clothing merchant, 37 Water street, Wil- 
mington. 

Neff, A. H., gunsmith, 19 S. Front street, Wilmington. 

Neff, Joseph H., grocer, corner Water and Dock sts., Wil- 
mington. 

Norris iX: King, house carpenters, Raleigh. 

Neal, D., tailor, Tarboro. 

Nash, Misses, (& Miss Kollock,) select boarding school, 
Hillsboro. 

Near, A., drinking saloon, Newbern. 

Nelson, C. A. & Co., furniture dealers, Newbern. 

Newton & Keys, grocers, Newbern. 

Neave^ E, B. & Co., tin and copper smiths, Salisbury. 

Noe & Bro., dry goods and groceries^ Beaufort. 

Newby, D. T., agent for E. J. Hale & Son, books and sta- 
tionery, Fayetteville. 

Northrop, (8.) & Cumming, commission merchants, Wil- 
mington. 

Northrop, W. H., (Northrop .& 'Cumming) commission 
merchants, Wilmington. 

Neathery, John B., (Nichols, Gorman & N.) book and jo.b 
printers, Raleigh. 

I^ieaye, W. H., leader and instructor brass band, Salisbury. 



Publishers and Booksellersr 

41 

^IsTicholson, J. A., (Dunbar, Fairly & Co.,) factors and com. 
merchants, Wilmington. 

Nieman, August, practical watchmaker and jeweller, Char- 
lotte. 

Nesbitt, A. M., practicing physician, Salisbury. 

Nutall, J. 0. H., with D. W. C. Benbow, dry goods and 
groceries, Concord. 

Niceler, (Sam,) & Sloop, manufacturing mill. Concord. 

Niceler, C. M., dry and fancy goods, " 

Neill, Geo, C, sheriff Transylvania county, Brevard. 

0. 

■Q]]ttinger, Isaac_, dry and fancy goods^ Fayetteville street, 
Ealeigh. 

{Etterburg, J., dry goods, Hay street, Fayetteville. 

Oliver, W. H. & Co., commission merchants and cotton 
exchange, Newbern. 

Oldham, Alex., commission merchant, 6 S. Water street, 
Wilmington. 

'Orrell & Lewis, grocers, 8 Market street, Wilmington. 

Oldham, A., grain dealer, corner N. Water and Walnut 
streets, Wilmington. 

■Owen, Sofield & Co., wholesale and retail grocers, Salisbury. 

O'hagan, John, sheet-iron, tin and copperware, Tarboro. 

•Osborne, I. W. (0. & Barringer,) attorneys at law, Char- 
lotte. 

Old, Lewis P., attorney and claim agent, Hillsboro street, 
Raleigh. 

Owen, J. B., practicing physician, Groldsboro. 

Oats, Piobinson & Co., dry goods and groceries, Clinton. 

Osborne & Co., druggists and apothecaries, Oxford. 

Owen, Mr. & Mrs., classical school, Tarboi'o. 

Otterbourg, Mrs. Laura, mattresses, &c., Fayetteville. 

Overcash, J, M., sash and blind factory, Statesville. 

Orrell, L. D., wool carder, near G-reensboro. 

Overby, J. J., family grocery, Wilmington st., Raleigh. 

Orr, George, clerk Transylvania county court, Brevard. 

Odom, Noah R., clerk jSTorthampton county court, Jackson. 

Overby & Burt, grocers, Wilmington street, Raleigh. 

P. 

Patterson, J. & M. & Co., merchants, Newbern. 
Phillips & Bros., merchants, Morehead City. 



BRANSON & FARRAR, 

42 

Perry, B. L. & Son, commission merchants, Beaufort. 

Physioc & Pearce, merchant tailors, " 

Propes, C. M., jeweller, Fayetteville street. Raleigh. 

Propes & Creech, grocers and confectioners, Raleigh. 

Perry, L. kS. , dentist, Raleigh. 

Pescnd, P. F., druggist and apothecary, Fayetteville, st.j. 
Raleigh. 

Perrin, H. R., crockery and glassware, 28 Market street,. 
Wilmington. 

Price, 0., photograph artist, Goldshoro. 

Pendergrass, Mrs. milliner and mantuamaker, Raleigh. 

Palmer, Willie J., principal deaf and dumh and the blind 
institute, Raleigh. 

Palmer, John C , watchmaker and jeweller, Raleigh. 

Perry, J. N., attorney at law, Beaufort. 

Poalk & Allen, auctioneers, 3 S. Water street, Wilming- 
ton. 

Person & Frencli, attorneys at law, Wilmington. 

Poisson, Fred. D., attorney at law, Wilmington. 

Patten, Wm. baker^ 44 Market street, Wilmington, 

Petteway, James, butcher, market house, Wilmington. 

Parsley, 0. Gr. & Co., com. merchants. 6 N. Water street,. 
Wilmington. 

Petteway & Moore, com. merchants, Flanner building^. 
Wilmington. 

Polvogt, Charles & Co., furniture dealers, Wilmington. 

Polly, H. N., gunsmith. Princess street Wilmington. 

Peck, George A. & Co., hardware dealers, 15 S. Fiont st.^ 
Wilminiiton. 

Poisson, W.'M., Notary Public, office W. & W. R. Rail- 
raad, Wilmington. 

Peden, Yfm. N,, Clarendon Bar, Dock street, Wilmington. 

Patterson, D. N , physician, Mangum. 

Polly, S. W., agent surgical cases, Wilmington. 

Preston & Flanner, soap boilers, 28 N. Water, street, Wil- 
mington. 

Pritchard & Co., family grocers, Charlotte. 

Patten & Mountz, printers, Wilson. 

Parker & Murray, coachmakers, Wilson. 

Patterson, G. W., merchant, Graham. 

Price, C. N., tailor, Salisbury. 

Polk, E. N., & Co., dry goods and groceries, Salisbury. 

Palamontain, Mrs. J. B., milliner and mantuamaker, Tar- 
boro. 

Palamontain, J. B., blacksmith, Tarboro*- 



Agents Fayetteville Insurance Company, 

43 

Payne, E. H., tinner, Hillsboro. 

Pell, 'Rev. Wm. E., editor Daily and Weekly Sentinel y> 
Raleigh. 

Phifer, W. ;S'. , auctioneer, Statesville. 

Pond, T. J., cabinet maker, " 

Parsons, H. S., merchant, Wilmington. 

Primrose & Dillingham, druggists^ Broad street, Newbern.- 

Phillips, J. S., tailor, Charlotte. 

Peoples, AV. T. H., proprietor Planter's hotel, Raleigh. 

Phair & Pharr, dry goods merchants, Newbern. 

Pfohl & Stockton, dry goods merchants, Salem. 

Powers, T. & Co., grocers, Newbern. 

Parks & Brown, dry goods and groceries, Hillsboro. 

Piver,"W. H., dry goods, Beaufort. 

Piver, W. F., dry goods, " 

Physioc & Peartree, dry goods, Beaufort. 

Piggot, E., physician, (Carteret county,) Straits. 

Pool, Mrs. Stephen D., Groldsboro Seminary, Goldsboro.. 

Privett, W. R., town commissioner, Goldsboro. 

Phillips, S. T., town commissioner, " 

Porter & Eckels, druggists, Greensboro. 

Porter, S. E., practicing physician, Greensboro. 

Payne, J. W., physician, '• 

Pollock^ W. A. J., physician7 Kinston. 

Paul & Register, dry goods and groceries, Clinton. 

Patrick & Thomas, •'' " '•' 

Parker & Cobbs, " " Sraithfield. 

Prior, W., jeweller, Fayetteville. 

Pool & Davis, insurance and business agents, Goldsboro, 

Parker^ D. A.^ dentist, Ansonville. 

Patton, Henry D., house and sign painter, Wilson. 

Padgett, Dr. B. H., dentist, Rutherfordton. 

Payne, Dr. IN. H., physician and surgeon, Charlotte. 

Penick, D. A., Sr., president Davidson College, post-office, 
Davidson College. 

Pulliam (R. W.) & Jones, wholesale grocers, Fayetteville- 
street, Raleigh. 

Phillips, (S. F.) & Battle, attorneys at law, Raleigh. 

Pressly, W. B., principal Elk Shoals Academy, Elk Shoals-. 

Page, Rufus H,, insurance and business agent, Raleigh. 

Pickens, S. V., attorney at law, Hendersonville. 

Price, Miss Mary J.^ teacher private school, Wilmington. 

Parks, Marshal, president Albemarle and Chesapeake Ca- 
nal Company, of Norfolk, Va. 

Peal & Pi itchard; carriage makers^ near Williamston- 



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44 

Toole & Bro., druggists, Williamston, 

Pugh, Thomas Gr., practicing physician, " 

Pierce, Rice B., blacksmithing, Halifax. 

Phillips, S. D., tailor, Goldsboro. 

Perry, L. S., dentist, Hillsboro street, Ealeigh. 

Phifer, D. R. & J. L., dry goods and groceries. Concord. 

Phifer & Niceler, cotton factory, near " 

Perry, 0. H., State librarian, Raleigh. 

Pender, Mrs. M. F., principal select boarding school, Salem. 

Pool, (James M.) & Uzzle, family grocers, Morgan street, 
Raleigh. 

Prairie & Grraves, oyster saloon, Payetteville st., Raleigh. 

Perry man, J. K., clerk Davidson county court, Lexington.. 

Piercy, W. E., sheriff \ancey county, Burnsville. 

Philpott, William A., sheriff Grranville county, Oxford. 

Putney, Mrs., grocery, corner Market square and Wilming- 
ton street, Raleigh. 

Peck, L. W., grocer, Wilmington street, Raleigh. 

Perry, Cameron, blacksmith shop, Hargett street, Raleigh. 

Query, C. N"., dry goods, groceries, &c., Charlotte. 

R. 

Ray & Pearce, grocers. Hay street, Payetteville. 

Ramsey, J. & Son, dry goods and groceries, Beaufort. 

:Riger, Davis &; Bro., dry goods and groceries, Beaufort. 

Rosenbaum, M., dry goods and groceries, Payetteville st., 
Raleigh. 

Robbins, T. A., jeweller, Wilmington. 

Raven, Rev. A. R., variety and confectionery, Hillsboro 
str3et, Raleigh. 

Riddick, Rev. C. B., president female college, Kittrells. 

Roberts, J. C, attorney at law, Newbern. 

Russell, (Jos. B.) & Ellis, com. merchants, 10 IST. Water 
street, Wilmington. 

Runge & Kordlander, grocers, 3 S. Front steeet, Wilming- 
ton. 

Roberts, T. E., clarendon iron works, Queen street, Wil- 
mington. 

iEobinson, J. S., physician, Front street, Wilmington. 

Jilobinson, B., practicing physician,, Hay street, Fayette- 
ville. 



Sell Paper and Envelopes. 

45 

Kossiter & Cooper, merchants, Newbern. 

Robinson, C. H. &.Co., commission merchants, S. Water 
street, Wilmington. 

Reid, E., barber and hairdresser. City hotel, Wilmington. 

Eountree, M. & Co., .dry goods and groceries, Wilson. 

Eosenthall, E., dry goods, " 

Eeeves & Conchenour, Mansion house, Salisbury. 

Roberts, Hutchison & Foster, brokers, " 

Roberts & Jones, druggists, Asheville. 

Ricks,. A. E., attorney at law, Tarboro. . 

Royall, J., principal high school, Warsaw. 

Rose, John M., agent National Express Company, fay— 
etteville. 

Ray, J). A., president Fayetteville Mutual Insurance Com- 
pany, Fayelteville. 

Rea, D. L., tailor, Charlotte. 

Rutledge. Mrs., milliner, Salisbury. 

Romane & Co., grocers, ISTewbern. 

Royster, A. D., grocer and confectioner,. Fayetteville st., 
Raleigh. 

Roseman, M. & J., practicing physicians,. Salisbury. 

Robinson, Wm., attorney at law, Goldsboro. 

Richardson, John, practicing physician, Bladen county. 

Rose, J. G.j physician, Smithfield. 

Robinson & Horne, druggists, Fayetteville. 

Ransom, Mrs. Robert, young ladies' seminary, Wilmington. 

Robinson & Co., editors Daily Dispatch, " 

Rights, C. L.^ principal Salem male academy, Salem. 

Rose, Beverly, general agent and commission merchant, 
Fayetteville. 

Robbins, W. McK., attorney at law, Salisbury. 

Ramsey, N-. A. & Wm., proprietoi's hotel, Pittsboro. 

Rankin, S. C, prin. male and female academy, (Guilford 
county) Monticello. 

Robbins & Co., wholesale grocers, Newbern. 

Ricks, A. E., practicing physician, Rockymount. 

Robinson, A. T , wholesale and retail, dry goods, Fayette- 
ville. 

Rankin, Miss Margaret, assistant teacher, girls and boys 
institute, Wilmington. 

Reid, H. K., principal Sharon academy, Mecklenburg 
county, Sharon. 

Rogers, Sion. H., (R. & Batchelor) attorneys at law, Ral- 
eigh. 

Eay,.E. H. sheriff of Wake county, Raleigh. 



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46 

Haymer, Nat., associate principal York College Inst'tnte, 

near Taylorsville. 
Eassell, Jno. C, clerk county court of Granville, Oxford. 
Rountree & Co., brokers^ Gaston house, Newbern, 
Rankin, William, proprietor Lee house, Plymouth. 
Royall, Mrs. M., milliner and mantua maker, Goldsboro. 
Rose, jjhn M., secretary and treasurer, Western Railroad, 

Fayetteville. 
Rankin, W. D. & Co., dry goods and groceries, Asheville. 
Redmond, James M., toys, notions and confectioneries, 

Tarboro. 
Reed, J., druggist, Concord. 
Ritch, T.L., hotel, 

Rogers, J. W., tin and sheet iron ware, Concord. 
Robinson, Miss Sallie, primary school, " 

Reid, Mrs. Sarah A., manufacturer rheumatic ointment, 

Raleigh. 
Ransom, Gen. Robert, city marshal, Wilmington, 
Roughton, E. C, sIieriiF Yadkin county, Yadkinville. 
Richardson, Y. Y., sheriff of Columbus county, Whitesville. 
Robinson, James H., sheriff Sampson county, Clinton. 
Rich, Jeremiah, sheriff Buncombe county, Asheville. 
Rush, Z. F., sheriff Randolph county, Ashboro. 
Rayner, Isaiah, blacksmith, Wilmington street, Raleigh. 
Rogers, James W., family grocer, Hargett street, Raleigh. 

S. 

Sherman, J., globe saloon, 7 granite row, Wilmington. 
Sharpsteen, W. H., verandah saloon, 10 S. Water street, 

Wilmington. 
Stoer, A. R,, Wilmington bar. Market street, Wilmington. 
Suydam^ Rev. James, dry goods, Newbern. 
Sterling, (Richard) & Son, publishers, Greensboro. 
Sugg, G. C, practicing physician, Tarbcro. 
Shepherd. J. E., agent Southern Express company, Wilson. 
Sizer, R. A., saddler and harness maker, Wilson. 
Spiers, R. P. & Co., variety store, Greensboro. 
Stevenson & Co., confectioners, " 

Sullivan & Co., dry goods and groceries, Salisbury. 
Sprague Brothers, brokers, " 

Snider & Utzman, livery stables, Salisbury. 
Styron, C. W., ice dealer, Wilmington. 
Smith, D. A., cabinet maker, Wilson. 



Sell SpeBcerian Copy Books. 

Smith, W. D., agent Enclor Iron Works, Hay street, Fay- 
ette ville. 

Smith, W. W., proprietor Buck hotel, Asheville, 

Smith, W. B. & Co., Field and Fireside Book and Pub- 
lishing House, Baleigh. 

Smith, P. N. & McLaughlin, dry goods dealers, Wadesboro, 

Smith, J. H., photograph artist, Charlotte. 

Smith, E. I)., variety store, Tarboro. 

Smith, J. JS'., druggist. Hay street, Fayetteville. 

Smith, H. C. , tinner, Raleigh. 

Smith, Eldridge, butcher, market house, Raleigh. 

Smith, W. L., agent Phoenix Insurance Company, Wil- 
mington. 

Smith, L. P., tobacconist, Charlotte. 

Smith, Alva, dry goods and groceries. Fair Bluff. 

Smith, D. A., grocer, 26 and 28 S. Front street, Wil- 
mington. 

Smith & Strauss, grocers, 65 Market street, Wilmington. 

Smith, 0. F., jeweller, Pollok street, Newbern. 

Smith, 0. J., photographic artist, " 

Smith, W. H. & Co., dry goods dealers, Salem. 

Smith, W. H., hatter and coachmaker, Salisbury. 

Smith, W. V. B. & Strauss, grocers, corner 2nd and Mar- 
ket streets, Wilmington. 

Spelman, John, editor Commercial, Newbern. 

Stewart, J. J., editor Union Banner, Salisbury. 

Scarr, J. F., druggist and apothecary, Charlotte. 

Sanders, J. ISF. & Co., grocers, " 

Simmons, R. P., jeweller, Anson ville. 

Shackleford, Haas & Co., commission merchants^ 32 N. 
Water street, Wilmington. 

Shuttle, H., shoemaker. Front street, Wilmington. 

Sraaw, F. D., books and stationery, " > 

Scoville, Rev. P. H., president Cbicora female collegGj 
Lumber ton. 

Smedes, Rev. A., rector St. Mary's school, Raleigh. 

Swain, Hon. D. L., president University of N. C., Chapel 
Hill. 

Southgate, James, principal Olin High School, Olin. 

Strange, R., attorney at law, Wilmington. 

Simpson, S. M., merchant, 33 & 35 Market street, Wil- 
mington. 

Samson, J. & H., commission merchants, 45 Market street, 
Wilmington. 



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Sbutherland, A., commission merchantj Water street,- Wil- 
mington, 

Sprunt, Alex., ccmmission mercliant, S. Water street, Wil- 
mington. 

Steagall, R., livery stables, Princess street, Wilmington. 

Swan, J., physician, corner 3rd and Chestnut streets, Wil- 
mington. 

Schonwald, J. T., physician, Princess street, YT^ilmington. 

Sledge, T. D., variety store, Raleigh. 

Stith, L. A., physician, Wilson. 

Shaver & Co., dry goods and groceries, Salisbury. 

Solomon, A. & Co., dry goods, Hay street, Fayetteville. 

Sharpe, W. Gr. & Co., commission merchants, Wilson. 

Southerland, J. B. & Wallace, insurance agents, Wilming- 
ton. 

Strong, Geo. V., attorney at law, Groldsboro. 

Sherard, J. V., county solicitor of Wayne, Goldsboro. 

Staples, S. 1^., practicing physician, Greensboro. 

Scott, Levi, attorney at law, " 

Scott, Will, attorney at law " 

Stevens & Faison, dry goods and groceries, Clinton. 

Snead, E. D., dry goods and groceries, Smithfield. 

Stuart, Fred., iron foundry, Gaston county. 

Shepherd, Jesse G., attorney at law, Fayetteville. 

Strange, F., attorney at law, '*' 

Sandford, John, practicing physician, '^ 

Slocumb, — , insurance agent, Goldsboro. 

Shackleford, James, shipping and commission merchant, 
Wilmington. 

Spraggins, J. M., confectionery and fruit dealer, Tarboro. 

Shaw & McCabe, dry goods and groceries " 

Summerell, J. H., cabinet maker and undertaker, Weldon. 

Sinclair, A., dry goods and groceries, Charlotte. 

Smith, Bacchus, Carolina House, Ashevilb. 

Summey, D. F., (Burgin, Kerr & S.) variety store, Ashe- 
ville. 

Sluder & Penland, tinware manufacturers, Asheville. 

Shearer, G. L., District Sec. Am. tract society, Fayetteville. 

Spilman, B. W. & Co., dry goods and groceries, Weldon. 

Simpson, Wm., fruits and confectioneries, Fayetteville st, 
Raleigh. 

Stein, J. J., crockery and chinaware, Greensboro. 

Steele &. Co., brokers, " 

S^naith, W. T., agent Pioneer foundry and machine shop,. 
Greensboro. 



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■Scott, R., dry goods and groceries, Greensboro. « 

Scott & Alfred, barbers, Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 

Stenhouse, J. E., (Stenhoiise, McCaulay & Co.,) grocers 
and commission merchants, Charlotte. 

Shemwell, P., (Frederick & S.) City hotel, Wilmington. 

Smith, B. R. boot and shoemaker, Charlotte. 

Solomon, W. P., attorney at law, Halifax. 

Salmon, Miss L. S., primary school, Statesville. 

Stockton, Jos. W., auctioneer and dry goods^ &c., States- 
ville. 

Stephenson, Jos. W., (Wallace, Carson & Co.) dry goods, 
groceries, &c., Statesville. 

Stephenson, J. A. D., (Wallace, Carson & Co.,) dry goods, 
groceries, &c., Statesville. 

Scott, Miss Bettie, primary school, Hillsboro. 

Spruill, B. J., proprietor Spraill House, Plymouth. 

Spratt, Charles E., (part) proprietor Sulphur Springs, 
Cleaveland county. 

Scott, A. H., practicing physician. Concord. 

Shuttle, Henry, boot and shoemaker, Front street^ Wil- 
mington. 

Smaw, F. D., books and stationery, Wilmington. 

Stewart, Mrs. boarding house, Smithville. 

Shaw, Benj. F., clerk Harnett county court, Lillington. 

Swaim, Lindon, clerk Guilford county court, Greensboro. 

Spivey, D. A., clerk Greene county court. Snow Hill. 

Smith, J. E. G., clerk Clay county court. Fort Hembrie. 

Spencer, Geo. W., clerk Camden county court, Caniden C. H. 

Smith, A. P., clerk Rockingham county court, Wentworth. 

Skinner, Wm. R., clerk Chowan county court, Edenton. 

Sanderson, W. F., clerk Washington county court, Ply- 
mouth. 

Sandford, Frank, clerk Richmond county court, Rocking- 
ham. 

Sorsby, B. H., clerk Nash county court, Nashville. 

Slagle, R. C, clerk Macon county court, Franklin. 

Smith, R. M., clerk Wilkes county court, Wilkesboro. 

Snow, James S., sheriff of Halifax county, Halifax. 

Stafford, Robert M., sheriff Guilford county, Greensboro. 

Smith, W., sherifi Rockingham county, Wentworth. 

Slough, Nelson, sheriff Cabarrus county, Concord. 

Sorrell, A., grocery, Wilmington street, Raleigh. 

Saintsing, James, house carpenter, Wilmington street^ 
Raleigh. 

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Tiddy, Hutchinson & Co., commission merchants , New- 
bern. 

Towles, James ^M., auction and com. merchantj Fayette- 
ville street, Raleigh. 

Thomas, Thomas, shijiping merchant, Beaufort. 

Thompson, Wm. H., jeweller, Fayetteville st., Raleigh. 

Thompson, J. C, hoot and shoe dealer, Fayetteville. 

Tienkin & Baum, grocers, 22 and 24 Front street, Wil- 
mington. 

Thiem, Phil, " Temple of Fancy " variety store, Fayette- 
ville street, Raleigh. 

Thompson, Mrs. Wm., milliner, Fayetteville st., Raleigh. 

Tomlinson, A. U. & Co., merchants and tanners, Bush Hill, 

Thomas, W. G., physician, corner Market and 4th streets, 
Wilmington. 

Topham, J. S. & Co., saddles and harness, 8 S. Front st., 
Wilmington. 

Taylor, R., merchant, corner Pearson and Greene streets^ 
Fayetteville. 

Tatem, H. W., blacksmith, Charlotte. 

Tillery, E,. C, practicing physician, Tarboro. 

Thom, J. E., coach trimmer and harness maker, Greens- 
boro. 

Tucker, W. PI., (W. H. & R. S. T. & Co.,) merchants, Fay- 
etteville street, Raleigh. 

Tucker, R. S., (W. H. & R. S. T. & Co.,) merchants, Fay- 
stteville street, Raleigh. 

Taylor, G. H., agent Palmers patent leg, Newborn. 

Tour gee & Kuhn, West Green nurseries (near) Greensboro. 

Tatem, G. W., dentist, Wilson. 

Tillery, Mrs. J. P., hotel, Rockymount. 

Turner, C. L., merchant, Turnersburg. 

Tiddy & Co., books and stationery, Charlotte. 

Taylor & McLaughlin, merchant, " 

Turner, J. C, dry goods and groceries, Salisbury. 

Thompson, E. A.^, attorney at law, Charlotte. 

Teel, H. D., dry goods and groceries, Tarboro. 

Tuttle & Colgrove, grocers, Newbern. 

Taylor, W., grocer, '' 

Tiddy, R. N. & Co., agents Fire, Marine and Life Insurance 
company, Newborn. 

Taylor, W. H., dentist, Newborn. 

Taylor, D. F., practicing physician, Newbern. 



S«ll Swaim's Justice, 

Thomas, J. J. & Co., commission merchants, Wilson, 

Turnage, S. B., mayor of police, Kinston. 

Teyrell & Bro., variety store, Clinton. 

Tayloe, Geo., variety store, Beaufort. 

Telfair, A. T., physician, 8mithfield. 

Telfair & Hastings, dr}^ goods and groceries, Smithfield, 

Threadgill & Saylor, coach makers, Wadesboro. 

Tomlinson, E. D., & Co., clothing housC;, A¥ilmingt.on. 

Turner^ Josiah, saddle and harness maker, Hillsboro. 

Thomas & Joyner, dry goods and groceries, Franklinton. 

Troy, W. C, grocer and com. merchant, 25 Hay street, Fay- 

etteville. 
Taylor, Col. J. M., principal Keynoldson male institute, 

Keynoldson. 
Tarpley, J. H., foundry and machine shops, Greensboro. 
Tiddy, Fleming & Co., wholesale grocers, Newbern. 
Tuttle, S. groceries and woo iware, corner S. Front and 

Middle streets, Newbern. 
Thomas, C. C, attorney at law. Newborn. 
Tomlinson, L. D., & Co., clothing house, Wilson. 
Tate, Dr. W. S., surgeon dentist, Statesville. 
Turrentine, J. M.^ variety store, Hillsboro. 
Taylor, Mrs. Dr. teacher music, painting and drawing, 

Pittsboro. 
Tucker, Joseph, harness maker, Williamston. 
Taylor, Mrs. C. & Miss IS. E., family grocery and confection- 
ery, Goldsboro. 
Tate. (Samuel McD., president Western N. C. R. R., Salis- 

burv. 
Taylor, M. B., (part) proprietor Sulphur Springs, Cleaveland 

county. 
Thayer, W. S., fruit and confectionery store, Fayetteville 

street, Raleigh. 
Turlington & Monroe, inspectors of timber and lumber, 

Wilmington. 
Thigpen^ Erwin, clerk Edgecombe county court, Tarboro. 
Todd, Joseph B., clerk Watauga county court, Boone. 
Tweed, Elisha J., clerk Madison county court, Marshall. 
Threadgill, G. B., sheriff Anson county, Wadesboro. 



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II. 

Upchurch & Dodd, grocers, 4 Hargett street, Kaleigli. 
Utley, James, grocer and commission merchant, Hay street,. 

Fayetteville. 
Upchurch, W. C, grocer, Hargett street, Kaleigh. . 
Utley, W. R. (Hathaway & U.) commission merchants,. 

Wilmington. 
Utzman & Snider, livery stables, Salisbury. 
Upchurch, W., family grocery, market square, Raleigh. 

V. 

Van Sickle, J., cigars, snuff and tobacco, 12 Market street,. 
Wilmington. 

Vick, S. W. & Co., shipping and commission merchants, 
32 ]Sr. Water street, Wilmington. 

Vogler, E. A., dealer in dry goods, groceries, &c., Salem, 

Vest, J. P., family groceries and confectioneries, '' 

Vance, (Z. B.) Dowd & Johnston, attorneys at law, Char- 
lotte. 

Valentine, John, barber, corner Wilmington and Hargett 
street, Raleigh. 

Vincent, N. B., upholsterer, Wilmington. 

Van Bokeiin, A. H., commission and forwarding merchant,. 
Wilmington. 

Van Orsdell, C. M., photographist, 4^ Market street, Wil- 
mington. 

Van Amringe, S., crockery and china store,, 61 Market 
street, Wilmington. 

Vorhees, C. J., agent Southern Express Company, Mor- 
ganton. 

Vanderbilt, A., merchant, Hay street, Fayetteville. 

Vogel, J., tailor, Charlotte. 

Vance, R. B., groceries and dry goods, Asheville. 

Vestal, W. I., editor and proprietor Times, Newbern. 

Vass, W. W., treasurer Raleigh and Graston Railroad Com- 
pany, Raleigh. 

W. 

Wallace & Southerland, agents Greensboro Insurance Com- 
pany, 34 N. Water street, Wilmington. 

Worth & Daniel, commission merchants and agents steam- 
ers, 20 S. Water street, Wilmington. 



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53 

West, S. M., auctioneei', 6 S. Water street, Wilmingtoa. 
Wright, W. A., attorney at law, " 

Wright, J. W., attorney at law, Princess st.^, opposite court 

house, Wilmington. 
Wright, W. B., attorney at law, Greene street, Fayetteville. 
Waddell, A. M., '' " Market street, Wilmington. 

Whitaker, T. S., books and stationery, 36 Market street, 

Wilmington. 
Wilkinson, James, broker, 34 Market street, Wilmington. 
Weill, A. & Co., clothing and dry goods, 13 Market street, 

Wilmington. 
Williams, W. A. & Son, commission merchants, 7 S. Water 

street, Wilmingtou. 
Walker, James, contractor and builder, Front and Walnut 

streets, Wilmington. 
Willis, E., drugs and chemicals, 47 Market st., Wilmington. 
Waldron, A., dry goods, 34 " " " 

Witcoover, S., " 15 '' " " 

Williams & Potter, grocers, 57 ' " '' " 

Williams, Gr. W., keeper Seamen's Home, corner Front and 

Dock streets, Wilmington. 
Walker, J. C., physician, Princess street, Wilmington. 
Wood, T. F., " " " " 

Wright, A. E., " Market " " 

Webb, R, Harnett saloon, 20 " " " 

Wilson, J., saddlery and harness, 5 Market st., " 
Wood, L., blacksmith, Rlumford street, Fayetteville. 
Wood, M., grocer, Morehead City. 
Walker, R. E., commission merchant, Beaufort. 
Williamson, B. P. & Co., auction and commission mere hants, 

Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 
Womble, Jordan, grocer and commission merchant, Har- 

gett street, Raleigh. 
Whitaker, E. A., family groceries and confectioneries, Mor- 
gan street, Raleigh. 
Waitt, K. B., cabinet maker and under'aker, Raleigh. 
Watson, J. W., photograph artist, Fayetteville st., Raleigh. 
Wingate, Rev. W., president Wake Forest College, For- 

estville. 
Welfare, A. E., jeweller, Salem. 
Williams, G. W. & Co., dry goods dealers, Hay street, 

Fayetteville. 
Wilson, T. J., photographist. Hay street, Fayetteville. 
Woodward, A. J. & Son, clothing, Hay st., " 



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Williams, J. Gr. & Co., bankers and brokers, and agents 
Fire and Marine Insurance Company, Fayetteville 
street, Raleigh. 

Wbite^ J. W., cabinet maker, Tarboro. 

Whitehead & Henderson, physicians, Salisbury. 

Weaver, Rev. A., principle East Bend Male and Female- 
Academy, (Yadkin county,) East Bend. 

Wilson, Rev. N. H. D., president Fire and Life Insurance 
Company, Greensboro. 

Woodward, J. S., attorney at law, Wilson. 

Westbrook & Albright, horticulturists, Greensboro. 

Williams, C. H., practicing physician, Charlotte. 

Wrenn, A., coachmaker, Wilson. 

Winstead, J. H.^ druggist, Wilson. 

Weddill, M., dry goods and groceries, Tarboro. 

White, E, T., boot and shoe maker, Charlotte. 

Watts, J. H., jeweller, Statesville. 

Wallace Brothers, merchants, Statesville. 

Whitson, G. W., dentist, Asheville. 

Weinstein & Brother, dry goods, corner Pollok and Middle 
streets, Newbern. 

Wiley, P. A. & Co., bankers and brokers, Hay street, Fay- 
etteville. 

Wilkes, R., barber, Greensboro. 

Watts, Mrs. J. H., milliner, Statesville. 

Wisenon, W. H., photographist, Charlotte. 

Whitney & Co., dry goods and groceries, Beaufort. 

Whitehurst & Son, groceries, " 

Wood, J. N., town commissioner, Goldsboro. 

Wright, A. E. , superior court clerk of Wayne, Goldsboroi. 

White, Wm. town commissioner, Kinston. 

Wooten, J. F., county solicitor of Lenoir, Kinston. 

Woodley, T. A., practicing physician, " 

Word, R. W., physician, Onslow county. 

Word, E. W., physician, " 

Warren, E. P., practicing physician, Edenton. 

Waring & Herron, editors Carolina Times, Charlotte. 

Waddell, Hugh, attorney at law, Wilmington. 

Wood, F. 1)., jeweller, Rutherfordton. 

Worth, Joseph A., commission merchant, Fayetteville. 

Webb, Thomas, president N. C. R. R., Company's Shops. 

Wilkes, E., chief engineer and superintendent N. C. R. R.j, 
Company's Shops. 

Wilkes, John, president 1st national bank, Charlotte. 



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55 

WMtford, John D., com. mer. and president A. & IST. C. B. 
E., Newbern. 

Whitaker, Mrs. J. B., primary school, Goldsboro. 

Whitaker, W. & J. B., editors Daily News, Groldsboro. 

Washington & Powell, dry goods and groceries, Goldsboro. 

Winstead & Hardy, dry goods and groceries, Wilson. 

Winstead, J. H., practicing physician, " 

Wilson & Dunn, dry goods and groceries, Stantonsburg. 

Williams, Mrs. 0. E. & Co., milliners, Wilson. 

Willis, Elijah, general business agent, Wilmington. 

Winkler, 0. A., druggist, iSalem. 

Webb, J. C. & Whitted, druggists, Hillsboro. 

Webb, James & Son, grocery and liquor dealers, Hillsboro. 

Wood & Jenkins, books and stationery, Oxford. 

Wyche, P. W., dry goods and groceries, Henderson. 

Wyclie, John, horticulturist, " 

Willard, A. A., wholesale grocer and forwarding merchant, 
Wilmington. 

Willard, James A., commission merchant, Wilmington. 

Whitfield & Lee, attorneys at law, Shelby. 

Womach, A. B., auctioneer, Rutherfordton. 

Wharton, J. E., principal male academy, Salisbury. 

Wynne, Richard Inge, attorney at law, Louisburg. 

Williams, Wm. R., dry goods and groceries, H^alifax. 

Woodson, E. C. Halifax hotel, " 

Wayt, J. H., dentist, Charlotte. 

Wightman, G. W., (Lawrence & W.) dry goods, 9 Hay st., 
Fayetteville. 

Williams, John D., (W & Murchison) general com. mer- 
chants, Fayetteville, 

Williams, Geo. W., (W. & Murchison,) general com. mer- 
charit, Fayetteville. 

Wheeler, Ed. & Co., dry and fancy goods, Fayetteville st., 
Raleigh, 

Wittkowski & Rintels, dry goods dealers, Charlotte. 

Willis, H. C, confectioner, Greensboro. 

Walker, A., (W., Farrar & Co.,) grocers and tobacconists, 
Newbern. 

Wyatt, J. G. & Co., proprietor White Sulphur Springs, 
Catawba county. 

West, W. W., news depot, Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 

Whitted, Gage & Co., variety store, Hendersonville. 

Wood, J. H., auctioneer, Halifax. 

Wilson, Rev. A., D. D., principal Select English and Clas- 
sical School, (Alamance county,) Melville. 

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Wilson, John, Jr., ,M. D., assistant principal Select En glisli 
and Classical School. (Alamance county,) Melville. 

Wainwright, T. A., (Farmer & W.) foundrj and agricultu- 
ral warehouse, Wilson. 

Williams & Askew, editors Expositor, Williamston. 

West, I. E., News Dealer, Newborn. 

Wilson, Silvester, professor of the tonsorial art, Wilmington. 

Westcott, E., grain and produce store, " 

Williams, John F., (W. A. W. & Sou,) commission and 
forwarding merchants, Wilmington. 

Webb, James, Jr., variety store, Hillsboro. 

Whitford, J. C., (Whitford & Dill) commission and ship- 
ping merchants, Newbern, 

Williams, H. B., dry goods and groceries, Charlotte. 

Wallace, Isaac, (W., Carson & Co.,) dry goods, groceries, 
&c., Statesville. 

Wallace^ David, (W. Carson & Co.,) dry goods, groceries, 
Statesville. 

Williams, J. Kuffin, (W. & Haywood) druggists, Kaleigh. 

Wheeler & Drany, shipping and forwarding merchants. 
Newborn. 

Washington, John N., mayor, Newborn. 

Walker & McGinn, family grocery, Charlotte. 

Wearn, William S., cai'riage trimmer, " 

Williams & Covert, millinery and straw goods, Charlotte. 

Walhice, R., boarding house, Fayetteville street, Kaleigh. 

Walker^ W. Jordan, attorney at law, Halifax. 

Watts, S. W., associate principal girls and boys' school, 
Williamston, 

White, J. D., post master, Greensboro. 

Wilcox, M. A., practicing physician, Halifax. 
' Wallace, (J. 0.) & Hill, saddles and harness, Concord. 

WiUiford, W. A. confectionery, " 

Weill, A. & Co., dry goods, groceries, &c., 13 Market st., 
Wilmington. 

Williams, S., clerk Cleaveland county court, Shelby. 

Wilson, J. R., clerk Caldwell county court, Lenoir. 

Wallace, J. 0., clerk Cabarrus county court, Concord. 

Weeks, Drewry, clerk Cherokee county court, Murphy. 

"Warden, Jesse D., clerk Cumberland county court, Fayette- 
ville. 

White, Wm. A., clerk Warren county court, Warrenton. 

Woodson, Obadiah, clerk Rowan county court, Salisbury. 

White, A. P., clerk Pasquotank county court, Elizabeth 
Cit^. 



Sell Turner's Almanac. 

Wood, Eobert B.^ Jr., clerk l^ew Hanover county court, 

Wilmington. 
Wade, C. C, clerk Montgomery county court, Troy. 
White, J. F., sheritt Gaston county, Dallas. 
White, W. H., sheriff Bladen county, Elizabethtown. 
Worthy, Kenneth H., sherifi' Moore county, Carthage. 
Williams, G. J., sheriff Chatham county, Pittsboro. 
Wasson, W. F., sheriff Iredell county, Statesville. 
Warren, Samuel i., sheriff Northampton county, Jackson. 
Wiseman, A. A., sheriff Mitchell county, Childsville. 
Wilcox, Thomas, sheriff Jones county, Trenton. 
Walton, W. A., sheriff Rowan county, Salisbury. 
White, R M., sheriff Mecklenburg county, Charlotte. 
Walker, Martin, sheriff Buther ford coanty, iiutherfordton. 

Y. • 

Foung, S. H., dry goods and groceries Fayetteville street, 
Raleigh. 

Yarborough & Barrow, dry goods and groceries, Louisburg. 

Yates & Steel, commission and forwarding merchants, 
Greensboro. 

Yates, W. J., editor Western Democrat, Gnarlotte. 

Youngs Wriston & Orr, dry goods and groceries, Charlotte. 

Young, W. J., teacher Deaf and Dumb and Blind Institute, 
Raleigh. 

York, (A. J.) & Fitzgerald, dry goods and groceries. Con- 
cord. 



Zeverby, A. T., druggist, Salem. 

Zimmerman, P. P., grain dealer, Charlotte. 

Zoeller & Williams, dry goods and groceries, Tarboro. 



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NORTH CAROLINA 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



AUCTIONEERS. 

Allen & Poalk, 3 S. Water street, Wilmington. 

Towles, James M., Eayetteville street, Raleigh. 

Cronley & Harris, 6^. Water street, Wilmington, 

Cook, John H., Fayetteville. 

Carlton & Morris, Statesville, 

Gardner & Nunn, Wilmington. 

Hyatt, J. B., Tarboro. 

Poalk & Allen, H S. Water street, Wilmington. 

Phifer, W. S., Statesville. 

Stockton, Jos. W.. Statesville. 

West, S. M. , 6 S. Water street, Wilmington. 

Womach, A. B., Eutherfordton. 

Wood, J. H., Halifax. 

Williamson, B. P. & Co., Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 



COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Andrews, W. S. G., S. Water street, Wilmington. 
Anderson, James & Co., 8 S. Water street, Wilmington. 
Adrien & YoUers, S. E. corner Front and Dock streets, 

Wilmington. 
Ames, W.^ Beaufort. 
Biglow, Leland & Co., Newbern. 
Brown, G. H. & Co., Washington. 
Bryce, J. Y. & Co., Charlotte. 
Brown, Michael, Salisbury. 
Barham, Ballard & Co., Goldsboro. 



Book Binders. 

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Brenizer, Kellogg, & Co., Grreensboro, 

Barry, Horace M., ]!?J". Water street, Wilmington. 

Berry, Kichard, Newbern. 

Bell & Durant, Beaufort. 

Blagge, S. & Co., Craven street, Newbern. 

Blount, G-. W. & Co., Wilson. 

Cox, Kendall & Co., 23 N. Water street, Wilmington. 

Chadburn, James H. & Co., Dock street, Wilmington. 

Costin & Smitli, Wilmington. 

Cox & Davis, 2 N. Water street, Wilmington. 

JSTorthrop & Camming, Wilmington. 

Davis & Jones^ Fayetteville street, Kaleigh. 

Dunbar, Fairley & Co., 36 JST. Water street, Wilmington. 

Dill, George W., Beaufort. 

Day, Albert, Goldsboro. 

DeRosset, A. J. & Co., Wilmington. 

Eilers, H. B., S. E. corner Market and Dock streets, Wil- 
mington. 

l^'oard, John F., JSTewbern. 

Finlayson, M. U. & Bro., 5 N. Water street, Wilmington. 

Fulgham, R. T., Grolsboro. 

G-reen, Zeno H., 4 IST. Water street, Wilmington. 

Goodspeed, C. P., old county wharf, Newbern. 

Hathaway, J. L. & Utley, Wilmington. 

Hough & Co., corner South and Front streets^, Newbern. 

Haven, B. F., Washington. 

Hassell, C. B., Williamston. 

Harris & flowell, Wilmington. 

Haas, Sol. & Co. Water street, Wilmington. 

Johnston, T. J. & Bro., " 

Johnston, A., Jr., & Co., " 

Kidder, Martin & Co., corner Water and Dock streets, Wil- 
mington. 

Keith, E. A., 15| North street, Wilmington. 

Loomis, George L., Newbern. 

McDaniel, James & Co.^ Fayetteville. 

Martin, Alfred, 5 S. Water st., Wilmington. 

McRae & Gurganus, 3 N. Water street, Wilmington. 

McRary^ W. H. & Co., N. E. corner Princess and Water 
streets, Wilmington. 

Martin, C. H. & Co., 32 N. Water street, Wilmington. 

Moffitt, McNeill & Co., 4 S. " " " 

Mclnnis, M., 16N. '' " " 

McNair, H., Tarboro. 

Moffit, A. A. & Co., Wilmington. 



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McLaurin, John & Co., Wilmington. 

Moore & Petteway, " '' 

Myers, John & Son, Washington. 

Mallett & Hoffman, Wilmington. 

Moffitt, Bro. & Co., " 

Macon, T. B., Hargett street, Kaleigh, 

Oliver, W. H. & Co., Newbern. 

Oldham, Alex,, 6 S. Water street, Wilmington. 

Hall, A. E., 22 N. 

Perry, B. L. & Son, Peaufort. 

Parsley, 0. G. & Co., 6 N. Waters treet, Wilmington. 

Russell, Jos. B. & Ellis, 10 K Water street, '' 

Robinson, C. H. & Co., S. 

Pose, Beverly, Eayetteville. 

Shackleford, Haas & Co., 32 N. Water street, Wilmington. 

Samson, J. & H., 45 Market street, " 

Sontherland, A.., Water " " 

Sprunt, Alex., S. '' " " 

Shackleford, James, " 

Sbarpe, W. G. & Co., Wilson. 

Stenhouse, Macaulay & Co , Charlotte. 

Tiddy, Hutchinson & Co., Newbern. 

Towles, James M., Eayetteville street, Raleigh. 

Thomas, Thomas, Beaufort. 

Thomas, J. J & Co., Wilson. 

Troy, W. C, 25 Hay street, Eayetteville. 

Vick, S. W. & Co., 32 Int. Water street, Wilmington. 

Van Bokelin, A. H., " 

Worth & Daniel, 20 S. Water street, " 

Williams, W. A. & Son, 7 S. Water street, " 

Walker, R. E., Beaufort. 

Williamson, B. P. & Co., Eayetteville street, Raleigh. 

Womble, Jordan, Hargett street, " 

Worth, Joseph A., Eayetteville. 

Willard, James A., Wilmington. 

Williams & Murchison, Eayetteville. 

Williams, William A. & Son, Wilmingto'n. 

Whitford & Dill, J>rewbern. 

Wheeler & Drany, NeA\bern. 

Yates & Steele, Greensboro 

Faucett & Brother, Newbern. 



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PHYSICIANS, 

Anderson, E. A., Wilmington. 

Arenclell, M. F., Beaufort. 

Berry, W. A., Front street, Wilmington.. 

Bradley, A. 0., Front " " 

Brown, William, Kinston. i 

Bryant, J. P., " 

Black, K. A., Fayetteville, 

Beckwith, J. B., Smithfield. 

Berry, John, Hillsboro. 

Cutlar, F. J., Wilmington. 

Caldwell & Glenn, GreensLoro. 

Caldwell, A. C, 

Caldwell, R. J., " 

Coffin, S. G., Jamestown. 

Cole, R. W., Greensboro. 

Cox, C. G., Kinston. 

Cox, D., Hertford. 

Cole, J. L., Greensboro. 

Caldwell & Morton, Salisbnry. 

Cutts, A. D., Barclaysville. 

Dean, Y. S., Statesville. 

Duffy, W., Newbern. 

Davis, Benjamin, Beaufort. 

DeLabay, J. J. " 

Dudley, A., 

Davis, J. W., Goldsboro. 

Davis, Adam, Kinston. 

Davis !& Kirby, Goldsboro. 

Davidson, J. M., Charlotte. 

Durham, J. H., Durham's. 

Eilkenker, J. F., corner 2nd and Market streets. 

mington. 
Ernutt, G. N., Onslow county. 
Freeman, W. E., Front street, Wilmington. 
Gaither, W. W., Charlotte. 
Gibbons & McComb, Charlotte. 
Glenn, R. W., Greensboro. 
Gardner, B. F., Raleigh. 
Hill, William G., Hillsboro street, Raleigh. 
Hilliard & Nelson, Asheville. 
Hardy, McDowell & Hardy, A.sheville.. 
Holt & Summey, " 

Hughes, J. B., Main street, Newbern. 



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Herring, N. B., Stanliope. 

Henderson, C. A., Salisbury. 

Hill, Cicero, fSliepherdsville. 

Henderson & Whitehead, Salisbury. 

Haywood, F. J., Fayetteville street, Ealeigh. . 

Haywood, E Burke, Newborn '^ " 

Hicks, Thoma^^, Durham's. 

Johnston, Charles E., Hillsboro, street, Kaleigh. 

Jones, W. C., Morehead City. 

Jamison, — , Kinston. 

Jones, John, Auburn. 

Kirby, G. L., Goldsboro. 

King, J. F., 69 Market street, Wilmington. 

Kennedy, S., Salisbury. 

King, R. W., Wilson. 

Kelly, H., Statesville. 

Love, W. J., Front street, Wilmington. 

Lawrence, J. J., Wilson. 

LefFers, Samuel, Straits. 

LeiFers, Samuel, Jr,, Straits. 

Logan, John, Grreensboro. 

Lindiey, Thomas, " , 

Campbell & Long, Statesville. 

McKee, W. H., "\¥ilmington street, Ealeigh. 

McKae, Dr., Hay street, Fayetteville. 

McSwain, H. A., Church street, Fayetteville. 

McRee, J. F., Jr., corner Front and Chesnut streets, Wil- 

raington. 
Midway, A., Wilmington. 
MclSTair & Micks, Tarboro. 
Morton, C. S., Salisbury. 
Manney, J. L., Beaufort. 
Miller, J. F., Goldsboro. 
Miller, L., Kinston, 
Matlock, Kitt, Jacksonville. 
McLean, J. F., Summerville. 
McDuffic, M. J., Fayetteville. 
Morrissey, Thomas, Lumberton. 
Moseley, Geo,, Clinton. 
Martine, Theodore, Fayetteville. 
Owen, J, B,, Goldsboro. 
Patterson, D, N,, Mangum. 
Piggot, E., Straits. 
Porter, S. E,, Greensboro. 
Paine, J. W. " 'f 



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Pollock, W. A. J'., Kinston. 

Payne, N. H., Charlotte. 

Pugh, Thos. G., Williamston. 

Robinson, J, S., Front street, Wilniington. 

Robinton, B., Hay street, Fayetteville. 

Roseman, M. & J., Salisbury, 

Richardson, John, Bladen county. 

Rose, J G., Smithfield. 

^icks, A. E., Rockymount. 

Sugg, G. C, Tarboro. 

Swann, J., corner 3rd and Chestnut streets, Wilmington. 

JSchonwald, J. T., Princess street^ " 

Stith, L. A., Wilson. 

Staples, S. N., Greensboro. 

Sandford, John, Fayetteville. 

Thomas, W. G., Wilmington. 

Tillery.R. C, Tarboro. 

Taylor, D. F., Newbern. 

Telfair, A. T., Smithfield, 

Walker, J. C, Princess street, Wilmington. 

Wood, T. F., Princess street, " 

Wright, A. E., Market street, " 

Williams, C. H., Charlotte. 

Woodley, T. A., Kinston. 

Word, R. W., Onslow county. 

Word,E. W., " 

Warren, E. P., Edenton. 

Winstead, J. H., Wilson. 

Wilcox, M. A., Halifax. 

Haugh, T. D., Fayetteville. 

Langdon, Walter B., Wilmington. 

Bingham, L. S., Concord. 

Gibson, E. R., 

Henderson, F. M., " 

Nesbitt, AM., Salisbury. 

Scott, A. H., Concord, 

Campbell & Long, Statesville. 

Scott, A, H., Concord. 



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LAWYERS AND ATTORNEYS, 

Armfield, R. F., Statesville. 
Allen, Willie, Black Rock. 
Bridgers & Pender, Tarboro. 
Busbee, Quent., Raleigh. 
Bryan, H. R. , Newbern. 
Barnes, G. W., Wilson. 
Baily, W. H., Salisbury. 
Barnes, A., Wilson. 
Blount, G-. W., Wilson. 
Baker, John A. Wilmington, 
Barham, W. K., Raleigh. 
Bragg, Thomas, " 
Batchelor & Rogers, Raleigh. 
Blackmer, Luke, Salisbury. 
Boyden, Nathaniel, Salisbury. 
Baily & Martin, Asheville. 
Cutlar & Dubrutz, Wilmington. 
Cook, W. M., Asheville. 
Caldwell, D. F., Greensboro. 
Coleman, Daniel, Concord. 
Conigland, E., Halifax. 
Cabaniss, H., Shelby. 
Coleman & Hardy, Asheville, 
Cocke, W^ra. A., Asheville. 
Dortch, W. T., Goldsboro. 
Dick, Robert P., Greensboro. 
Dunham, John W., Wilson. 
Dobbins, James C, Fayetteville. 
Enipie, Adam, Wilmington. 
Everett, J. H., Goldsboro. 
Flynt, W., Winston. 
Furches, D. M., Mocksvilie. 
Fuller, Thomas, Fayetteville. 
Gilmer, John A., Sr., Greensboro, 
Hughes, John, Newbern. 
Holmes, John L., Wilmington. 
Hill, W. S., Greensboro. 
Holland, W. A., Kinston. 
Hay, Wm. H., Fayetteville. 
Home, H. W., " 
Hadley, Thomas J., Wilson. 
Howard, George, Tarboro. 
Harris, G. B., Hendeison. 



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Hinsdale, JoTin W., Fajetteville. 
Justice, A., Newbern. 
Johnston, Thomas, Asheville. 
Kerr & Day, Weldon. 
London, M., Weldon. 
Lancaster, J. W., Wilson,, 
Lewis, E. G., Raleigh. 
Moore, B. R., Wilmington, 
Hasten, J., Winston. 
Moore, B. F., Raleigh,- 
Magruder, A. B.,. Cha-rlotte. 
McLean, James R., Greensboro. 
Morrissey, W. J., Goldsboro. 
Murrell, J. A., Jacksonville. ^ 

McEae, James C, Fayetteville. 
Osborne & Bar.nnger, Charlotte.^ 
Olds, Lewis R., Raleigh. 
Perry, J M,, Beaufort. 
Pierson & French, Wilmington, 
Passon, Fred, D., Wilmington. 
Phillips & Battle, Raleigh. 
Perkins, S. V., Hendersonville. 
Roberts, J. C. Newbern. 
Ricks, A, E., Tarboro. 
Robinson, Wm., Goldsboro. 
Robbing, W. M., Salisbury. 
Rogers & Batchelor, Raleigh- 
Strange, R., Wilmington. 
Strong, George V., Goldsboro^ 
Scott, Levi, Greensboro. 
Scott, Will, 

Shepherd, Jesse B., Fayetteville. 
Strange, F., Fayetteville. 
Solomon, W. P., Halifax. 
Thompson, E. A., Charlotte. 
Thomas, C. R., Newborn. 
Weight, W. A., Wilmington. 
Wright, J. W., " 

Wright, W. B., Fayetteville. 
Waddell, A. M., Wilmington. 
Woodward, J. 8., Wilson. 
Waddell, Hugh, Wilmington. 
Whitford & Lee, Shelby. 
Wynne, Richard Inge, Louisburg.. 
Walker, W. Jordan, Halifax;. 
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Vance, Dowd & Johnston, Charlotte. 

Davidson & Williamson, Charlotte, 

Manly & Thompson, Newbern. 

Uilmer, John A., Jr., Greensboro. 

Sherward, J. V,, G-oldsboro. 

Wooten, J. F., Kinston. 

Badham, Wm., Raleigh. 

Barringer, V, C, Concord. 

Bulla, J. R. Asheboro. 

Bulla, B. B., 

Long, John M., Concord. 



DENTISTS. 

Angle, S., Statesville. 

Babcock, P., Fayetteville street, Raleigh, 

Bason, W. F., Wilson. 

Bagley, Gr. W., Newbern. 

Bessent, R. P., Salisbury. 

Carr, Thomas B., Wilmington. 

Crawford, J. H., Raleigh. 

Corbin, L., Wilmington. 

Coleman, H. L., Statesville. 

Davis, J., Fayetteville, 

Freeman, J. H., Fayetteville. 

Fuqua, — , Tarboro. 

Fogg &■ Bagley, Newbern. 

Godwin, J. B., Williamston. 

Hewlett, J. W., Greensboro. 

Jones, W. 0., High Point. 

Michord, J. S., Goldsboro. 

Miller, A. R., Kinston. 

Parker, D. A., Ansonville. 

Padgett, B. H., Rutherfordtou. 

Perry, L. S., Raleigh. 

Tatem, G. W , Wilson. 

Taylor, W.-H., Newbern. 

Tate, W. S., Statesville. 

Whitson, G. W., Asheville. 

Waytt, J. H., Charlotte. 

Horton,jj|n. B. & R. B., Wadesboro. 

Corbin, L., Wilmington. 



■Sell Siograpliks. 
SCHOOLS, COLLEGES &C. 

Rutherford Seminary, Happy Home, Kev, E,. L. Abernathy, 
principal. 

Wilson Seminary, Wilson, E. W. Adams, principal. 

Select tScbool, Wilson, G. W. Arrington, principal. 

Mt. Olive Academy, Mt. Olive, John T. Albritton, prin- 
cipal. 

Male School, Statesville, Wm. E. Anderson, principal. 

Charlotte Female College, Charlotte, Kev. R. Burwell & 
Son, principals. 

Reynoldson Institute, Reynoldson, Gates county, Rev. 0. 
T. Bailj, principal. 

Thomasville Female College, Thomasville, Rev. D. R. Bru- 
ton, president. 

Elk Shoals Academy, Elk Shoals, W. B, Rressley, princi- 
pal, and H. T. Burke, ass't. principal. 

Select School, Fayetteviile, Mrs. Bryan ^. teacher. 

Society Hall School, Wilmington, Miss Kate Burr and Miss 
Hettie James, teachers. 

Trinity College, Trinity College, Randolph county. Rev. 
B. (Jraven, D. I)., president. 

Hillsboro Military Academy, Hillsboro, Gen. R. E. Colston, 
superintendent. 

Concord Female College, Statesville, Bev. J. M. M. Cald- 
well, president. 

Friends' Boarding School, New Garden, Jonathan E. Cox, 
superintendent. 

Music School, Wilmington, Mrs. M. S. Cashing, teacher. 

Warrenton Male Academy, Warrenton, John E. Dugger, 
A. M.j principal. 

Greensboro High School, Greensboro, Jesse R. McLean, 
princi])al, Peter Doub, ass't. principal. 

Alamance Classical School, (near) Greensboro, George F. 
Dixon, principal. 

"Winston High School, Winston, John M. Davis, principal. 

Bethany Academy, Bethany, W. T. H. Ewing, principjil. 

Male and Female School, Mt. Vernon Springs, Rev. R. if. 
Marsh, principal. 

Goldsboro Female College^ Goldsboro, Rev. S. M. Frost, 
president. 

Female Academy, Louisburg, Eev, Thomas U. Faucet t, 
principal. 

York Collegiate Institute, Taylorsville, George W. Flow- 
ers, principal, Nat. Raymer, asssociate principal. 



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Henderson Colllegiate Institute, Henderson', Fred. A. Fet- 
ter, principal. 

Davenport Female College, Lenoir, Eev. S. R. Griffith,, 
president. 

Male Academy, Goldsboro, J. W. Gnlick, principal. 

Belmont Academy, Sassafras Fork, Ralpli H. Graves, prin- 
cipal. 

Clinton Female Collegiate Institute, Clinton, Luke C. 
Graves, principal. 

Oxford Male Academy, Oxford, James H. Horner, principal-. 

Female High School, Fayetteville, Mrs. J. H. Neill andi 
Mrs. F. H. Lanneau, principals , and Prof. F. J. Hahr,. 
assistant principal. 

English and Classical Male School, Hillsboro, Rev. H. G. 
Hill, principal, and C. H. Hill, assistant principal. 

Young Ladies' Family School, near Warsaw, Rev. Williaim 
Hooper, principal. 

Select Day School, Raleigh, Mrs. V. C. Howell, teacher. 

Yadkin College, Davidson County, Rev. G. W. Hege, pres- 
ident. 

Select Private School, Wilmington, Miss Annie Hart, 
teacher. 

Male and Female High School, "Wilmington, J. IS". Hinton,. 
principal. 

Select Private School, Wilmington, J. DeB. Hooper, prin- 
cipal. 

Male Academy, Kittrell'Springs, Julian Hinos, teacher. 

Primary School, Hillsboro, Mrs. Huske, teacher.. 

Select School, Williamstorr, S. liassell, teacher, and S. W. 
Watts, assistant. 

Louisbnrg Female College, Louisburg, Rev. Turner Ml 
Jones, president. 

Hendersonville Seminary, Hiendersonville, Rev. G. S. Jones, 
principal. 

Wilmington Male and Female Seminary, Wilmington,. J. 
W. Jewett, principal, and Mrs. M. A. Jewett and Miss 
E. V. Jewett, assistant principals. 

Asheville Female College, Asheville, Rev. J. S. Kennedy, 
president. 

Select P)oarding School, Hillsboro, Misses gNasli ;tnd Miss 
Kollock, teachers. 

Select Private School, Wilmington, Miss Kate Kennedy^ 
teaciier. 

Select Private. School, Salisbury, Miss C. Klutts^, ieacher. 



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SLincolnton Collegiate Institute, LincolntoB,, fEev. S. Lan- 
der, principal. 

Male Academy, Concord, Gen. J. H. Lane, principal. 

Select Day School, Fayetteville, Miss J. A. Leete, teacher, 

Chowan Female Institute, MurFreesboro, A. McDowell, 
principal. 

.Female College, Oxford, J. H. Mills, president. 

■<iirls and Boys Institute, Wilmington, L. Meginney, prin- 
cipal. Miss Margaret Rankin, ass't principal, 

English and Classical School, Wilmington, Rev. Daniel 
Morelle, principal. 

Classical School, Tarboro, Mr. and Mrs. Owen, principals. 

Davidson College, Mecklenburg county, D. A. Penick, Sr., 
president. 

Puimary Select School, Wilmington, "Miss Mary J. Price, 
teacher. 

Female College, Kittrell's Springs, Rev. C. B. Riddick, 
president. 

Warsaw High School, Warsaw, J. Royall, principal. 

Young Ladies Seminary, Wilmington, Mrs. Gen. Robert 
Ransom, prinyipal. 

Salem Female Academy, Salem, C. L. Rights, principal. 

Monticel]o Male and Female Academy, Monticello, S. C. 
Rankin, principal. 

Sharon Academy, Mecklenburg county, H. K. Reid, prin- 
cipal. 

Ohicora Female Academy, Lumberton, Rev. P. H. Scoville, 
president. 

'St. Mary's School, Raleigh, Rev. A. Smedes, rector. 

University of N. C, Chapel Hill, Hon. D. L. Swain, pres- 
ident. 

=^lin High School, Olin, (Iredell county) James Southgate, 
principal. 

Primary School, Statesville, Miss L. S. ;:^almon, teacher. 

Primary School, Hillsboro, Miss Bettie Scott, teacher. 

Wake Forest College, Wake Foiest, Rev. W. Wingate,, 
^president. 

East Bend Male and Female Academy, T^^ast Bend, Rev, A 
Weaver, principal. 

Primary School, Goldsboro, Mrs. J. B. Whitaker, teacher. 

Salisbury Male Academy _, Salisbury, J. E. Wharton, prin- 
cipal. 

Select English and Classical School, Melville, Rev. A. Wil- 
son, D. D., principal,. and John Wilson,, Jr.,, assi-stant 
|irincij)al. 



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Bingham Scliool, Mebanesville, Col. L. S. Bingham, prin- 
cipal. 

Music Classes, Greensboro, Mrs. Margaret Bland, teacher. 

Scientific School, Pittsbcro, C. B. Denson. principal. 

Girls and Boys' School, Wilmington, W. W. Latham, prin- 
cipal. 

Music Classes, Hillsboro, Miss Miner, teacher- 
Deaf and Dumb and the Blind Institution, Raleigh, Wiley 
J. Palmer^ principal. 

Music, Painting and Drawing, Pittsboro', Mrs. Dr. Taylor, 
teacher. 

Carolina Female College. Ansonville, J. E. Blankenship, 
principal. 

Salisbury Brass Band, Salisbury, W. H. Neave, instructor 
and leader. 

Goldsboro' SeiMinary, Goldsboro, Stephen D. Pool, principaL 

Private School, Concord, Miss Lucie Bacon, teacher. 

Eeems Creek Masonic High School, E-eem's Creek, J. H. 
Calfee, principal, and ^Irs. M. E. Hutsell. assistant. 

Wcsleyan Female College, Mui'freesboro, James D. Coul- 
ling, president. 

Private Select School, Baleigh, Miss M. B, Conway, teacher^ 

Select School, Warren county, Rev. C. M. Cook, principal. 

Classical and Matliematical School, near Raleigh, William 
C. Doub, principal. 

Private Select School, Raleigh,. Miss Frances A. Haywood, 
teacher. 

Primary School, Concord, Misses Long, teachers. 

School for Young Ladies, Raleigh, Mrs. Dr. Lacy, teacher.. 

Boys' Select School, Raleigh, Rev. Drury Lacy, principal, 
and Rev. William S. Lacy, ajssistant. 

Newton Academy, Newton, F. J. Murdock, principal. 

Select School, near Hillsboro, Miss W. P. Mangum, teacher. 

Select Boarding School, Salem, Mrs. M. F. Pender, prin- 
cipal. 

Primary School, Concord, Miss Sallie Robinson, teacher,. 



Se 1 Hymn ana Prayer Books. 

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CONFECTIONERS. 

Agostini, F. M., 16 Market street, Wilmington. 

Bencini, L. D , Salisbury. 

Caswell, J. W. Wilson. ."' 

Fendt, Henry D., corner Hillsboro and Salisbury streets, 

Ealeigli. 
Leiser, J. Gr. C, Charlotte. 
McGwinn, Led well & ^izer, Cliarlotte. 
Raven, Rev. A. R., HilLsboro street, Raleigh. 
Stevenson & Co., Goldsboro. 
Spraggins, J. M. Tarboro. 
Simpson, Wm., Fayetteville stieet, Raleigh. 
Thiem, Phil., "Temple of Fancy,'' Fayetteville street, 

Rleigli, 
Vest, P. C. Salem. 

Whitaker, E. A., Morgan street, Raleigh, 
Baker, Gr. S., Louisburg. 

Flanagan, L , 21 and 23 Front street, Wilmington. 
Franklin, J. B., Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 
Handy, W. C, Salisbury. 
Harris, J. & Co., Tarboro. 
Lipscomb, J. W., Tarboro. 
Lowe, Mary J., James M Roads. 
Propes & Creach, Fayetteville street^ Raleigh, 
Royster, A. D.^ Fayetteville street, " 

Taylor, Mrs. C. & Miss S. E., Goldsboro. 
Willis, H. C, Greensboro. 
Caldwell, C. A., Concord. 
Fentress, Theo., Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 
Groner, W. L., Concord. 
Litaker, Rufus, " 
Williford, W. A, Concord. 
Banks, Mrs. N., Fayetteville. 
Redmond, James M., Tarboro. 
Thayer, W. S., Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 



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, GROCERS. 

Aaron, David & Oo., Market street, Wilmington. 

Atkinson & Shepperson, Princess street, Wilmington. 

Andrews, W. E., Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 

Adams, Lynn, market square, Raleigh. 

Adams, Len. H,, " " " 

Arnold, Coolev & Co., Wadesboro. 

Amyett, J. E., Newbern. 

Angier, M. A., Durham's. 

Benbow, DeW. (J., Greensboro and Concord. 

Brown, Parks & Co., Hillsboro. 

Boyce, J. Y. & Co., Charlotte. 

Brown, Michael, Salisbury. 

Barnes & Farmer, Wilsoa. 

Brem, T. H., Charlotte. 

Buxbaum & Co., Charlotte. 

Bradshaw, Brown & Co., Salisbury. 

Brown & Thomas, Louisburg. 

Barham, Ballard & Co., Goldsboro. 

Bradley & Woehler, Wilmington, 

Bate & Westcott, 32 Market street, Wilmington. 

Barrow & Yarborough, Louisburg. 

Beeser, F,, Newbern. 

Bland & Carr, near Wilmington. 

Bradley & Baldwin, near Rockingham. 

Bell & Chadwick, Beaufort. 

Berry, Richard, Newbern. 

Bardin & Bro., Clinton. 

Blagge, S. & Co., Craven street, Newbern. 

Blount, G. W. & Co., Wilson. 

Blunt, R H , 

Burwell & Parham, Henderson. 

Baker, G. S., Louisburg, 

Burgin, Kerr & Summey, Asheville. 

Brem, Brown & Co., Charlotte. 

Brown, J. L. & Co., " 

Belo, E., Salem, wholesale and retaiL 

Charlotte, S. W., Beaufort. 

Carr & Bland, New Hanover county. 

Cook, , Hargett street, Raleigh. 

Campbell, George J., Newbern. 
Cook, George T., Fayetteville street, Raleigh, 
Chadwick, James H. & Co., Dock street, Wilmington. 
Cobb, J. & G., Sparta. 



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73 

Gotten, R. R., Tarboro. 

Crawford & Co., Salisbury, 
Colgrove & Tuttle, Newbern. 
Collins, A. 

Cooper & Rossiter, " 

Conrad, Eccles & Co.^ Statesville™ 
Canaday, Thomas, Beaufort. 
Cobb, J. T., Smithfield. 
Cobb & Parker, Smitbfield. 

Cox & Davis, 2 North ''jVater street, Wilmington. 
Carmer, J. R., Tarboro. 
Carlisle, Thomas N,, Lonisburg. 
Northrop & Cumming, Wilmington. 
Carrington, D. C, Goldsboro. 
Carson & Wallace, StatesvTlle. 
Carr & Cheek, Durham's. 
Upchurch & Dodd, Hargett street, Raleigh. 
Davis & Jones, Fayetteville " " 

David, A. & Co., Market street, Wilmington. 
Dunbar, Fairley & Co.,, 36 N. Water street, Wilmington. 
Davis, J. B., Wilson. 
Daniel & Tredwell, Wilson. 
Dozier & Brother, Tarboro. 
Drake, E. B., Statesville. 
Douthitt, Eceles & Co., Statesville. 
Dickerson, J., Beaufort. 
Dill, S. L., 
Duncan, W. B., ^' 
Dill, Oeorge W., '' 
Day., Albert, Croldsboro. 
Davis, T. C, & Co., Wilson. 
Daniel & Gooch, Weldon. 
Dangerfield, J. E. P.^ Fayetteville. 
DeRossett & Co., Wilmington. 
DeRossett, W. L., & Co., Wilmington. 
Dunn., A. P., Forestville. 
Dunn, Peter, " 

Eilers, H. B., 8. E. corner Market and Dock streets, Wil- 
mington. 
Ellis & Mitchell, N. Water street, Wilmington. 
Eagen, P. & Co., N. Water street, Wilmington. 
Elliot, H. C., 7 Market street, Wilmingon. 
Elias & Cohen, Charlotte. 
Everett & Tatton, Gaston and Weldon. 
Fuller, Jones, Louisburg. 



BKANSON & FARRAR, 

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Foard, Jolin F., Newbern, 

Ferrell, A. & Bro., Clinton. 

Finlayson, M. U., & Bro., 5 IS". Water street, Wilmington. 

French, Geo. Z. & Co., Wilmington. 

Faircloth & Miller, Winston. 

Faucett & Bro., Isewbern. 

Faulkner, J. L., Main street, Charlotte. 

Fulghum, R. T., Goldsboro. 

Fulkerson, J. L., Salem. 

Farrar, Walker & Co., Newbern. 

Fishblate, S. H. & Bro., Fayetteville. 

FuUenwider, Webb & Wells-, fcjhelby. 

Gibble, J. L., JBeautbrt. 

Green, Zeno. H., 4 JS[. Water street, Wilmington. 

Gleason & Whitfield, Charlotte. 

Gray, J. W. & Co., Salisbury. 

Gray, R., Winston. 

Grimsley & Co., Wadesboro. 

Gray, A., Asheville. 

Goodspeed, C. P., old county wharf, Newbern. 

Henley, James A., Franklinton. 

Hurlbut & McLean, corner Pollok and Middle streets,- 

Newbern. 
Hall, A. E., 22 N. Water street, Wilmington. 
Hathaway & Utley, " 

Huggins, W. T., S. E. corner Market "and second streets, 

Wilmington. 
Heyer & Ulrich, 39 N. Water street, Wilmington. 
Hopkins & Johnston, granite row, " 

Havens & Latham, S. E. corner Craven and. S. Front sts., 

Newbern. 
Heyer, Yon Claim & Co., Water street, Wilmington,. 
Henshav/ & Thorburn, Morehead City. 
Harris & Williams, Warrenton. 
Hollingsworth, J., Person street, Fayetteville.. 
Handy, W. C, Salisbury. 
Hildeshimer, J., Greensboro.. 
Holden, L. J., Newbern. 

Harrison, L. D., Fayetteville street,. Raleigh^ 
Hill (t Sanders, Beaufort. 
Hubbard, J. H. & Co., Clinton.. 
Homes & Patrick, " 

Hasting & James, Smithfield.^ 
Horton & Telfair, 
Hastings, W. H. " 



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Horton, D., Smitlifield. 

Holland, A., " 

Huttori, B. VanLear, Goldsboro.. 

Hineg, A. J., Wilson, 

Herndon, H. C, Oxford. 

Harris, B. F. & Co., Oxford. 

Hunt, R. L. & D. A., Oxford. 

Hughes & Taylor, Oxford. 

Hunt, James, Oxtord. 

Harris & Howell, Wilmingtoi]. 

Haas, Sol. & Co., Water street, Wilmington. 

Hammond & McLaughlin, Cliarlotte. 

Heartt, L. E., Eayetteville street, Raleigh. 

Huhhs & Co., Middle street, JSTewbern. 

Higgins & Sirmond, Front street, Newbern, 

HoUeman, W. H., Hargett street, Raleigh. 

Pulliam & Jones, Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 

Jacobi, N. & Co., 9 Market street, Wilmington. 

Johnston, T. J. & Bro., Wilmington. 

Johnston, Albert, Market square, Raleigh. 

Johnston, A. & Son, Clinton. 

Jones, W. B., Smithfield. 

Jones, W. M. & Co., Wadesboro. 

Joyner & Thomas, Franklinton. 

Judkins, James N., Halifax. 

Kidder & Martin, corner Water and Dock stieets, Wilming- 
ton. 

Keith, E. A., 15 -i North street, Wilmington. 

Kahnwieler & Bro., Mai'ket & Front streets, Wilmington. 

Keogh & Crane, Greensboro. 

Kendall, T. W., Ansonville. 

Koopman & Phelps, Charlotte. 

Kingsbury & Cooi)er, Oxford. ' 

Kingsbury & Gregory, Oxford. 

Kline, A., Hargett street, Raleigh. 

Larkins & Hardwick, 59 Market street, Wilmington. 

Long, S. & Co., Greensboro. 

Lynch, Thomas, corner Princess and Water streets, Wil- 
mington. 

Levy, Jonas P., Wilmington. 

Lett, J, W., Hay street, Fayetteville. 

Latt, H. D., Salem. 

Lipscomb, J. W., Tarboro. 

Liles, E. R., Lilesville, Anson county. 

Lowe, Mary J., James M Beads. 



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Lee, T. M., Clinton. 

Landis, A. & Co., Oxford. 

Lawrence & Bryan, Tarboro. 

Lord, F. J.J Wilmington. 

Lassiter, W. H. & Co., Henderson. 

Lamb, Wilson G., Williamston. 

McKimmnn, A. N. & J., Fayetteville street, ' llaleigh. 

McDaniel, James & Co., Fayetteville. 

Minetree & Pleasants, Louisburg. 

Martin, Alfred, 5 S. Water street, Wilmington. 

McRae & Gurganus, 3 M. Water street, Wilmington. 

McRary, W. H. & Co., N. E. corner Princess and Water 
streets, Wilmington. 

Martin, C. H., 32 N." Water street, Wilmington. 

Moffitt, McNeill & Co., 4 S. Water street, Wilmington. 

Mclnnis, M., 16 N. Water street, Wilmington. 

Myers, George, 11 and 13 S. Front street, Wilmington. 

Mallard & King, 69 Market street, Wilmington. 

KcCubbius & Foster, Salisbury. 

Moore, E. F., Hay street, Fayetteville. 

McLaurin, B., Hay street, Fayetteville. 

McMillan, H. & Son, Fayetteville. 

McLeod & Steele, Charlotte. 

Moody, M. D. L., Charlotte. 

Merwin & Co., Nevv^bern. 

McLaurin, John & Co., Wilmington. 

Moore & Petteway " 

Murray, Thomas, Beaufort. 

Myers, John & Son, Washington. I 

Moore, John L., Shelby. 

Mock, A. J. & Co., Salisbury. 

McMahon, M., Halifax. 

Miller & Van Pelt, Statesville. 

McAdoo, W. D., Greensboro. 

McDowell, J. W., 

Matthews, W., Fayetteville. 

Morse, H. E., Charlotte. 

Moore Francis M., Pittsboro. 

Macon, T. B., Hargett street, Raleigh. 

Neff, Joseph H., corner Water and Dock streete, Wilming- 
ton. 

JSTewton & Keys, Newbern. 

Noe & Bro., Beaufort. 

Oliver, W. H. & Co., Newbern. 

Oldham. Alexander, 6 S. Water street^ Wilmington. 



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Orrell & Lewis, 8 Market street, Wilmington. 

Oldham, A., corner JST. Water and Walnut streets, Wil- 
mington, 

Owen, Sofield & Co., Salisbury. 

Oats, Robinson & Co., Clinton. 

Overby, J. J., Wilmington street, Ealeigb. 

Patterson, J. & M. & Co., Newbern. 

Phillips & Bros., Morehead City. 

Proves & Creech, Fayetteville street, Ealeigb. 

Parsley, 0. G. & Co., G N. Water street, Wilmington. 

Pritchard & Co., Charlotte. 

Patterson, G. W., Graham. 

Polk, E. N. & Co., Salisbury. 

Parsons, H. S., Wilmington. 

Powers, T. & Co., JSTewbern. 

Paul & Kegister, Clinton. 

Patrick & Thomas, " 

Parker & Cobbs, SmithfieM, 

Query, C. N., Charlotte. 

Ray & Pearce, Hay street, Fayetteville. 

riarasay, J. & Sons, Beaufort. 

Riger, Davis & Bro., " 

Rosenbaum, M., Fayetteville street, Raleigb. 

Russell & ElliSj. 10 N. Water street, Wilmington. 

Runge & Kordlander, 3 S. Front st., " 

Rossiter & Cooper, Newbern. 

Robinson, C. H. & Co., S. Water street, Wilmington. 

Rountree, M. & Co., Wilson. 

Romaine & Co., Newbern. 

Royster, A. D., Fayetteville street, Ealeigb. 

Robins & Co., wholesale, Newbern. 

Spiers, R. P. & Co., Greensboro. 

Sullivan & Co., Salisbury. 

Smith, E. D., Tarboro. 

Smith, Alva, Fair Bluff. 

Smith, U. A., 26 and 28 S. Front street, Wilmington. 

Smith & Strauss, 65* Market street, " 

Smith, W. V. B. & Strauss, corner 2nd and Market streets^ 
Wilmington. 

Saunders, J. N. & Co., Charlotte. 

Shackleford,. Haas & Co., 32 N. Water street, Wilmington. 

Simpson, S. M., 33 & 35 Market '' " 

Samson, J. & H., 45 " " " 

Southerland, A., Water " *'- 

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Sledge, T, D,, East Hargett street, Ealeigh. 
Shaver & Co., Salisbury. 
Sharpe, W. Gr. & Co., Wilson. 
Stevens & Faison, Clinton. 
Snead, E. T)., Smithiield. 
Shackleford, James, Wilmington. 
Shaw & McCab.e, Tarboro. 
Sinclair, A., Charlotte. 
Spilman, B. & Co., Weldon. 
Scott, R., Greensboro. 
Spiers, E. B., " 

Stenliousi', Macaiilay Sc Co., Charlotte. 
Tiddy, Hutchinson & Co., Newbern. 
Tjenkin & Baum, 22 and 24 Front street, Wilmington. 
Tomlinson, A. U. & Co., Bush Hill. 

Taylor, B., corner Person and Greene streets, Fayetteville. 
Tucker, W. H. & R. S. & Co., Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 
Turner, C. L., Turnersburg. 
Taylor & McLaughlin, Charlotte. 
Turner, J. C., Salisbury, 
Teel, H. D., Tarbcro. 
Tuttle & Colgrove, Newbern. 
Taylor W , Newbern. 
Thomas, J. J. & Co., Wilson. 
Teyrell & Bro., Clinton. 
Tayloe, Gorge, Beaufort. 
Telfair & Hastings, Smithfield. 
Troy, W. C, 25 Hay street, Fayetteville. 
Tiddy, Fleming & Co., wholesale, Newbern. 
Tuttle, S., corner S. Front and Middle streets, Wilming- 
ton. 
Turrentine, J. M., Hillsboro. 

Taylor, Mrs. C. &' S. b., Old Post Office, Goldsboro. 
Upchurch & Dodd, Hargett street, Raleigh. 
Utley, James, Hay streel, Fayetteville. 
Upchurch, W. C, Harget^street, Ealeigh. 
Vick, S. AV. & Co., 32 N. Water street, Wilmington. 
Vogler, E. A., Salem. 
Vest, J. P., 

VanBokelin, A H., Wilmington. 
VanderbUt, A., Hay street, Fayetteville. 
Vance^ R. B., Asheville. 

Worth & Daniel, 20 S. Water street, Wilmington. 
Williams, W. A. tt Son, 7 S. Water street, Wilmington. 
Williams & Potter, 57 Market street, Wilmington. 



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Wood, M., Morehead City. 

Walker, R. E., Beaufort. 

Williamson, B. P. & Co., Fayetteville ^street, Raleigh. 

Womble, Jordan, Hargett street, Raleigh. 

Whitaker, E. A. Morgan street, Raleigh. 

Weddill, M-, Tarboro^ 

Whitney & Co., Beaufort. 

Whitehurst & Son, Beaufort. 

Worth, Joseph A., Fayetteville. 

Washington & Powell, Goldsboro. 

Winstead & Hardy, Wilson. 

Wilson & Dunn, Statonsburg. 

Webb, James & Son, Hillsboro. 

W}che, P. W., H' nderson. 

Williard, A. A., Wilmington. 

Williams, William R., Ilalii\ix. 

Williams & Murchison, Fayetteville. 

Walker, Farrar & Co., Newbern. 

Whitted, Grage & Co., Hendersonville. 

Wescott, E., Wilmington. 

Webb, James, Jr., Hillsboro. 

Whitford, Dill & Co., Newbern. 

Williams, H. B., Charlotte. 

Wallace, Carson & Co., Statesville. 

Wheeler & Draney, JSTewbern. 

Walker & McGinn, Charlotte. 

Young, S. H., Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 

Wheeler, Ed., Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 

Yarborough & Barrow, Louisburg. 

Yates & Steele, Greensboro. 

Young, Winston & Orr, Charlotte. 

Zimmerman, P. P., Cliarlotte. 

Zoeller & Williams, Tarboro. 

Creech, A., corner Fayetteville and Hargett st., Raleigh. 

Allison. R. W., Concord. 

Archibald, W. L., Concord. 

Adrien & Vollers, S. E. corner Dock and Front streets, 

Wilmington. 
Carmer, J. R. Tarboro. 
Cheathan & Bro., Market square, Raleigh, 
Fisher, J. L., Concord. 
Ford, R. W. & Son, Concord. 
Harkie & Smith, Mt, Pleasant. 
Howerton, W. H., Salisbury. 
Harris & Williams, Warrenton. 



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Hawley, 0. F., Blockersville. 

Huggins, W. T., S. E. corner Market and 2nd streets, Wil- 

minton. 
Heyer & Ulrich, Water street, Wilmington. 
Hutchins, C. W. D. & Bro., Masonic Hall Building, Kal- 

eigh. 
Lett, J. W., Person street, Fayetteville. 
Lougee, Augustus H., Wilmington street, Raleigh. 
Morse, A. H. Concord. 
McDonald, Harris & Co.-, Concord. 
Misenheimer, J., Mt. Pleasant. 
Nutall, J. 0. H., with DeW. C. Benbow, Concoi5d. 
Phifer, D. K. & J. L., 

Pool, J. M. & Uzzle, Morgan street, Ealeigh. 
Putney, Mrs., market square, Ealeigh. 
Peck, L. W., Wilmington street, Raleigh. 
Rankin, W. D. & Co., Asheville. 
Rogers, James W., Hargett street, Raleigh. 
Sorrell, A., Wilmington street, " 

Tienkein & Bauman, 22 and 24 Front street, Wilmington-, 
Upchurch, W., market square, Ra.leigh. 
Weill & Co., 13 Market street, Wilmington, 
York & Fitzgerald, Concord. 
Adrien & Yollers, S. E. corner Dock and Front streets, 

Wilmington. 
Fcrd, F. J., Wilmington. 



DRY GOODS. 

Aaron, David & Co., Market street, Wilmington. 

Aaron & Rheinstein, wholesale and retail, Wilmington^. 

Arnold & Co., Wadesboro. 

Anderson, John H., Fayetteville. 

Angier, M. A., Durham's. 

Benl3ow, DeW. C, Greensboro. 

Brown, Parks & Co., Hillsboro. 

Barnes & Farmer, Wilson. 

Barnes & Moore, '"' 

Beasley, J.. Q., Grreensboro. 

Barringer<S; Wolfe, Charlotte. 

Brem, T. H., 



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Btixbaum & Rosseler,. Charlotte. 

Bradsbaw, Brown & Co.^ Salisbury. 

Brown & Thomas, Louisburg. 

Blumentliall, IS. & Co., corner Front and Market streets,. 

Wilmington. 
Bauer, F. L., 23 Market street, Wilmington. 
Barrow & Yarborough, Louisburg. 
Bradley & Baldwin, (near) Rockingham. 
Bell & Chadwiok, Beaufort. 
Barden & Bro., (Jlinton. 
Blount, R. H,, Wilson. 
Burwell & Parham, Henderson. 
Broyics, W. & E. A., Asheville. 
Burgin, Kerr &Summey, Asheville. 
Brem, IBrown & Co., Charlotte. 
Brown, J. L. & Co., " 

Belo, E., Salem. 
Beasley, J. Q., Greensboro. 
Boger & Carlton, Statesville. 
Charlotte, S. W., Beaufort. 
Carr & Bland, New Hanover county.- 
Campbell, George J., JNTewbern. 
Cooke, George T., Fayetteville street, E'aleigh; 
Cobb, J. & G., Sparta. 
Creech, A., corner Fayetteville and Hargett streets, Ral- 

eigii. 
Cotton, R. R , Tarboro. 
Crawford & Co., Salisbur3^ 
Conrad & Eccles, Statesville.-- 
Canadav, Thomas, Beaufort. 
Cobb, J. T., Smith-field.- 
Cobb & Parker, Smith fieldi 
Carmer, J. R., Tarboro. 
Carlisle, Thomas N., Louisburg. 
Carrington. D. C , Goldsboro. 
Carson & Wallace, Statesville. 
Carr & Cheek, Durhams. 

David, A. & Co., 53 Market street, Wilmington. 
Dawson, John, 19 and 21, Market street, Wilmin^'ton.. 
Uodd, J., Hay street, Fayetteville. 
Davis, J. B., Wilson. 
Daniel & Tredwell, Wilson. 
Dozier & Bro., Tarboro. 
Drake, E. B., Statesville. 
Douthitt, Eccles & Co., Statesville. 
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Davis & Duncan, Beaufort. 

Dickerson, J., " ^ 

Dill, S. L. 

Duncan, W. B., " 

Davis, T. C.& Co., Wilson. 

Daniel & Gooch, Weldon. 

Elias & Cohen, Charlotte. 

Eppler & Baer, Newbern. 

Emanuel, H. & B., Maine street, Newbern. 

Everett & Tatton, Gaston and Weldon. 

Einstein, Z. & Bros., Goldsboro 

Fuller, Jones, Louisburg. 

Ferrell, A & Bro., Clinton. 

Eaircloth & Miller, Winston. 

Faulkner, J. L. Main street, Charlotte. 

Farr & Phai-r, Newbern. 

Fulkerson, J. L., Salem. 

Fishblate, S. H. & Bro., Fayetteville. 

Fullenwider, Webb & Wells, Shelby. 

Gibble, J. L., Beaufort, 

Gray, J. W. & Co., Salisbury. 

Gray, R., Winston. 

Gray, A., Asheville. 

Henley, James A., Franklinton. 

Hurlbut & McLean, corner PoUok and Middle streets, New- 
bern. 

Hall, C. M., 29 Market street, Wilmington. 

Headrick & Byan, 5 and 7 N. Front street, Wilmington. 

Havens & Latham, S. E. corner Craven and Front streets, 
Newbern. 

Henshaw & Thorburn, Morehead City. 

Harris & Williams, Warrenton. 

Hollingsworth, J., Person street, Fayetteville. 

Hildesheimer, J., Greensboro. 

Hunt & Hall, Newborn. 

Hill & Saunders, Beaufort. 

Hubbard, J. H. & Co., Clinton. 

Holmes & Patrick, " 

Hastings & James, Smithfield. 

Horton & Telfair, " 

Hastings, W. H., " '*'■'"' 

Horton, D., " 

Holland, A., '' 

Hines, A. J., Wilson. 

Hunt, R. L- & D. A., Oxford. 



Publishers and Booksellers 

83 

Henderson, H. C., Oxford. 

Harris, B. F. & Co., '' 

Hughes & Taylor, " 

Hunt, James, " 

Heartt, L. E., Payetteville street, RaleigTi. 

Higgins & Sirmond, Front street, ^Newbern^ 

Jacobi, N., 9 Market street, Wilmingt.on. 

Johnston, A. & Son, Clinton. 

Jones, W. B., Smithfield. 

Joyner & Thomas, Franklinton. 

Kats, M. M., Market street, Wilmington. 

Kahiiweiler & Bro., Wilmington. 

Kyle, James, Ha/ street, Fayetteville. 

Keogh & Crane, Greensboro. 

Kaub & Stein, " 

Kendall, T. W., Ansonville. 

Koopman & Philps, Charlotte. 

Kline, A., Fayetteville street, Raleigh-. 

Kingsbury & Cooper, Oxford. 

Lilly, H. & E. J., Hay street, Fayetteville. 

Leland, Biglow & Co., Newborn , 

Lowenburg & Bro., Beaufort. 

Lett, J. W., Hay street, Fayetteville. 

Liles, E. R., Lilesville. 

Loomis & Co., S. Front street, Newborn. 

Lee, T. M,, Clinton. 

Lawrence & Wightman, Fayetteville. 

Landis, A. & Co., Oxford. 

Lawrence & Bryan, Tarboro. 

Lamb, Wilson Gr , Williamston. 

McKimmon. A. N. & J,, Fayetteville street, Raleigk 

Miuatree & Pleasants, Louisburg. 

Marcus & Kehr, 59 Market street, Wilmington, 

Moore & Co., Tarboro. 

May & Co., Greensboro. 

Moore, E. F., Hay street, Fayetteville. 

Mc Arthur, N. A., " 

Moody, M. D. L., Charlotte. 

Merwin & Co., Newborn. 

Murray, Thomas, Beaufort 

Miller & Van Pelt, Statesville. 

McAdoo, W. D. & Bro.^ Greensboro-. 

McDowell, J. W., 

McLean & Co., Newbern. 

Morse, H. E., Charlotte. 



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Noe & Bro., Beaufort. 

ffittinger, Isaac, Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 
OEtterburg, J., Hay street, Fayetteville. 
Oats, Robinson & Co., Clinton. 
Patterson, J. M. & Co., JSewbern. 
Phillips &. Bros., Morehead City. 
Polk, E. N. & Co., Salisbury. 
Parsons, H. S , Wilmington,. 
Pfohl &, Stockton, Salem. 
Piner, W. H., Beaufort. 
Piner, W. F., " 
Physioc & Peartree, Beaufort. 
Paul & Register, Clinton. 
Patrick & Thomas, " 
Parker &. Cobbs, Smithfield. 
Query, C. N., Charlotte, 
liamsey, J. & Sons, Beaufort. 
Riger, Davis & Bro., " 

Rosenbaum, M.., Fayetteville street, Raleigh.. 
Rossiter & Cooper, i^ewbern. 
Rouutree, M. & Co., Wilson. 
Rosdnthall^. E., " 

Robinson, A. T., Fayetteville. 
Suydam, Rev. James, I*[ewbern. 
Spiers, R. B. & Co., Greensboro. 
Sullivan & Co., Salisbury. 
Smith & McLaughlin, Wadesb(jro. 
Smith, E. D., Ta'rboro. 
bniith, Alva, Fair Bluff. 
Smith, W. H. & Co , Salern. 

Simpson, S. M., So and 35 Market street, WilmingtoEi 
Shaw & Co., Salisbury. 
Solomon, .4. & Co., Fayetteville.- 
Stevens & Faison, Clinton. 
Snead, E. D., Smithfield. 
Shaw & McCabe. Tarboro. 
Sinclair, A., Charlotte. 
Spilm'ui, B. W. c^- Co., Weldon. 
Scott, R., Greensboro. 
Ton)Iin<on, A. U. & Co., Bush Hill. 

Tayhjr, R., corner Person and Greene streets, Fayetteville. 
, Tucker, W. H. & R. S. & Co., Fayetteville St., Raleigh. 
Turner, C. L., Turnersburg. 
Taylor & McLaughlin, Charlotte. 
Turner, J. C., Salisbury. 



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85 

'Teel, H. D., Tarboro. 

Teyrell & Bro., Clinton. 

Taylor, Greorge, Beaufort. 

Telfair & Hastings, Smithfield. 

Turrentine, J. M., Hillsboro, 

Vogler, E. A., Salem. 

Vanclerbilt, A., Hay street, Fayetteville,. 

Vance, R. B., Asheville. 

Weill, A. & Co., 13 Market street, Wilmington. 

Waldron, A., 34 Market street, " 

Witcoover, 8., 15 Market street, " ' 

Williams, G. W. & Co., Hay street, "Fayetteville. 

Wallace & Bros., IStatesville. 

Weinstien & Bro., corner PoUok and Middle streets, New- 

bern. 
Whitney & Co., Beaufort. 
Washington & Powell, Goldsboro. 
Winstead & Hardy, Wilson. 
Wilson & Dunn,*Stantonsburg. 
Webb, James & Son, Hillsboro. 
Wyche, P. W., Henderson. 
Williams, Wm. H., Halifax, 
Wittkouski & Rintels, Charlotte. 
Whitted, Gage & Co., Henderson ville. 
Webb, James, Jr., Hillsboro. 
Williams, H. B., Charlotte. 
Wallace, Carson & Co,, Statesville. 
Young, Samuel H., Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 
Young, Wriston & Orr, Charlotte. 
-Zoeller & Williams, Tarboro. 
Stockston, Joseph W., Statesville. 
Weddill, M , Tarboro. 

'Sledge, T. D., East Hargett street, Raleigh. 
McMillan, H. & Son, Fayetteville. 
-Allison, \i. W., Concord. 
-Archibald, W. L., " 

Beor, S. & Bro., 18 Market street, Wilmington. 
Garmer, J. R., Tarboro. 
Cheatham & Bro.^ market square, Raleigh. 
Fisher, J. L., Concord. 
Ford, R. W. & Son, Concord. 
Harkie & Smith, Mt. Pleasant. 
Howerton, W. H., Salisbury. 
Harris & Williams^ Warrenton. 
Hawley^ 0, F., BlockersvilLe. 



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86 

Lett, J. W., Person street, Fayetteville. 

Moore, Charles C. ,. Tarboro. 

Morse, A. H., Concord. 

McDonald, Harris &: Co., Concord. 

Misenheimer, J., Mount Pleasant. 

Nutall, J. 0. H., with DeW. C. Benbow, Concord. 

Niceler, C. M., Concord. 

PHfer, D. R. & J. L., Concord. 

Rankin, W. U. Co., Asheville. 

York & Fitzg-erald, Concord. 



DRUGGISTS ANr3 APOTHECARFES. 

Aston, E. J.^ Statesville. 
Burbank, Callaher & Morris, Salisbury. 
Beasley & Co., Oxford. 
Clifton & Grreen, Louisburg. 
Cheatham, E., Henderson. 

Day & Wright, Tl Market street, Wilmington. 
Davis & Hunter, Goldsboro. 
Davis, Allen, Beaufort. 
Davis & Levy, Weldon. 
Finlayson, W. H., Goldsboro. 
Farmer & Brame, Wilson. 
Green & Martin, Franklinton. 
Gooding & Watkins, Middle street, ISTewbern. 
Hinsdale, S. J., Hay street, /ayetteville. 
Hilliard & Weaver, Asheville. 
Home Sz. Rob'nson, Fayetteville. 
Jones, W. C, Morehead City. 
King, John, Beaufort. 

Lippett, W. H., 55 Market street, Wilmington. 
McLin, Henry, corner S. Market and Front streets, Wil- 
mington. 
Menninger, H. J., Kewbern. 
McN"air & Owen, Tarboro. 
Morris & Co., Salisbury. 
Mitchell & Crews, Oxford. 
Osborne & Co., " 

Pescud, P. F., Fayetteville street, Raleigh, 
Primrose &. Dillingham, Broad street, Newbern. 



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87 

Porter & Eckels, Greensboro. 

Poole & Bro., Williamston. 

Roberts & Jones, Asheville. 

Robinson & Home, Fayetteville. 

Sraith, J. N., Hay street^ Fayetteville. 

Scarr, J. F., Charlotte. 

Willis, E., 47 Market street, Wilmington. 

Winstead, J. H., Wilson. 

Winkler, C. A., Salem. 

Webb, J. C. & Whitted, Hillsboro. 

Williams & Haywood, Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 

Zevely, A. T., Salem. 

fCnnis, J. H., Salisbury. 

Grizzard, J. M. & Co., Halifax. 

Gibson, J. P. & Bro.^ Concord. 

Reid, J., " 



BUTCHERS. 

Rishop, John, market lionse, Wilmington. 

Johnston, T. & Bro., " 

King, J. J., " 

King, J, B , " 

Miller & Savage, " 

Petteway, James, " 
Smith, Eldred, market house, Raleigli. 



HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS. 

Burr, C. E. & Co., 38 Front street, Wilmington. 

Bassett, William A., Tarboro. 

Clawson, H. T., S. E. corner Capitol square, Raleigb. 

Fanning, P. W., Front street, Wilmington. 

Fuhrman, F., Raleigh. 

Hicks, P. S., Battleboro. 

Kling, F., 25 S. Front street, Wilmington. 

Lawrence & Bolton, Charlotte. 

Madison & Thompson, Princess street^ Wilmington. 

Pat+nn. Henry 9., Wilson. 



BRANSON & FARRAE, 



NUESERYMEN. 



Tourgee & Ku^m, near Greensboro. 

Westbrook & Albright, '' 

Wyche, John, Henderson. 

Kline, D. Wilmington Gardens, Wilmington. 



TOBACCONISTS. 

Burheimer, — ^ 6 Market street, Wilmington.. 
Smith, L. P., Charlotte. 

YanSickle, J., 12 Market street, Wilmington. 
Walker, Farrar & Co., Newbern. 



RESTAURANTS, SALOONS, &C. 

Bivens, W. J., 34 N. Water street, Wilmington. 

Backalan & Caswell, Wilmington street, Raleigh. 

Driscoll & Kerrigan, Toomer's Alley, Wilmington. 

Fay & RaiFerty, 51 Market street', " 

Kelly, S., 18 N. Water street, Wilmington. 

Lumsden, J. C, 2 North Front street, Wilmington. 

Mitchell, J. H., Gem Saloon, 3 S. Water st., " 

Meir, James, National Saloon, Dock street, " 

Near, A., Newbern. 

Peden, William N., Dock street, Wilmington. 

Sherman, J., globe saloon, 7 Granite Row, Wilmington. 

Sharpstein, W. H., Yerandah Saloon, 10 S. Water street, 

Wilmington. 
Steer, A. R., Market street, Wilmington. 
Webb, H., Harnett Saloon, 20 Market street, Wilmington. 
Harriss, J. & Co., Tarboro. 
Lewis, David, Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 
Prairie & Graves, Oyster Saloon, Fayetteville street^, 

Raleigh. 



Publishers of Mary Barker, 

89 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Bridges & Edwards, Raleigh. 

Currin, S. K. & Co., Princess street, Wilmington. 

Lipscomb, Greorge B., Tarboro. 

Snider & Ultzman, Salisbury. 

Steagall, R., Princess street, Wilmington. 

Kline & Blackwelder, Concord. 



FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Fraps, A. W., Fayetteville street, Pialeigh. 
Brown, Henry J., Morgan street, " 
Moore, Henry & Bro., Salisbury. 
Nelson, C. A. & Co., Newborn. 
Polvogt, Charles & Co., Wilmington. 



BOOT AND SHOE STORES. 

French, Geo. E. & Son, 11 Market street, Wilmington. 
Hawley & Sons, Hay street, Fayetteville. 
Thompso"!, J. C, Fayetteville. 



CHINA AND CROCKERY WARE. 

Harty & Co., Charlotte. 

Perrin, H. R., 22 Market street, Wilmington. 

Stein, J. J., Greensboro. 

Van Arminge, S., 61 Market street, Wilmington. 



BRANSON & FARRAR, 

90 

NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL 
DEALERS. 

West, W. W., Fayetteville strett, Kaleigli. 

West, I. E., Newbern. 

Branson Sz Farrar, N. C. Book Store, Ealeigli. 

Smith, W. B. & Co., Field and Fireside Book Store, Eal- 

eigh. N 

Phillips, , Greensboro. 



SHERIFFS. 

Ashe, William Latham, Jefterson. 

Alamance, , Graham. 

Anson, G. B. Tread gill, Wadesboro. 

Alexander, D. W. Mocse^ Taylorsville. 

Alleghany, J, C. Jones, Shiloh. 

Bladen, W. H. White, Elizabethtown. 

Brunswick, Kut'us Galloway, Smithville. 

Beaufort, Samuel T. Carrow, Washington. 

Burke, B. A. Berry, Morganton. 

Buncombe, Jeremiah Kich, Asheville. 

Bertie, Lewis Bond, Windsor, 

Cleaveland, J. Z. Falls, Shelby. 

Carteret_, J. Henry Davis, Beaufort. 

Cabarrus, Nelson Slough, Concord. 

Clay, J. M. Galloway, Fort Hembrie. 

Camden, JST. G. Grand v, Camden C. H. 

Caldwell, R. B. McCail, Lenoir. 

Cherokee, William Beel, Murphy. 

Craven, F. M. Harper, Newbern. 

Chowan, M C. Brinkley, Edenton. 

Caswell, J. C. Griffith, Yanceyville. 

Columbus, V. V. Richardson, Whitesville. 

Chatham, G. T. Williams, Pittsboro. 

Currituck, Thomas C. Humphries, Currituck C. H. 

Catawba, Jonas Cline, Newton, 

Cumberland, Robert W. Hardie, Fayetteville. 

Duplin, John W. Henson, Kenansville. 

Davie, S. A. Kelly, Mocksville. 



Publishers of York^s Grammar. 

91 

Davidson, David Loftin, Lexington. 
Edgecombe, Joseph Cobb, Tarboro. 
Forsythe, Matthias Masten, Winston. 
Franklin, E. A. Gupton, Louisburg. 
Guilford, Robert M. Staflbrd, Greensboro. 

Gates, , Gatesville. 

Greene, G. F. M. Dail, Snow Hill. 
Gaston, J. F. White, Dallas. 
Granville, William A Philpot, Oxford. 
Haywood, R M. Ferguson^ Waynesville. 
Hertford, J. B. Hare, Winton. 
Henderson, W. D. Justice, Hendersonville. 
flarnett, J. R. Grady, Lillington. 
Halifax, James S. Snow, Halifax. 
Hyde, George Credle, Swan Quarter. 
Iredell, W. F. Wasson, Statesville. 
Jones, Thomas Wilcox, Trenton. 
Johnston, W. H. Cnllum, Smithfield. 
Jackson, William Bumgarner, Webster. 
Lincoln, L. H. Lowrance, Lincolnton. 
Lenoir, William Fields, Kinston. 
Macon, Joab. L. Moore, Franklin. 
Moore, Kenneth H. Worthy, Carthage. 
Madison, S. G. Brigman, Marshall. 
Martin, W. T. Crawford, Williamston. 
Mitchell, A. A. Wiseman, Childsville. 
Mecklenburg, R. M. White, Charlotte. . 
McDowell, J. H. Duncan, Marion. 
Mon gomery, D. C. McAulay, Troy. 
IS ash, N. W. Cooper, Nashville. 
New Hanover, S. R. Bunting, Wilmington. 
Northampton, Samuel A. Warren, Jackson. 
Onslow, E. Murrill, Jacksonville. 
Orange, Hugh B. Guthrie, Hillsboro. 
Person, John L. Harris, Roxboro. 
Pasquotank, L. C. Dashiell, Elizabeth City. 
Polk, N. B. Hampton, Columbus. 
Pitt, Wm. Flanekin, Greenville. 
Perquimons, D. T. Bagley, Hertford. 
Richmond, John A. Long, Rockingham. 
Rowan, W. A. Walton, Salisbury. 
Rockingham, W. Smith, Wentworth. 
Rutherford, Walker Martin, Rutherfordton. 
Robeson, R. King, Lumberton. 
Randolph, Z. F. Rush, Asheboro. 



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92 

Stanley, Jonathan Mann, Albemarle. 
Surry, Wm. Haymore, DoLson. 
Sampson, James H. Robinson, Clinton. 
Stokes, Wm. A. Estes, Danbury. 
Transylvania, George C. Neill, Brevard. 
Tyrrell, Bartlet Jones, Jr., Columbia. 
Union, C. Austin, Monroe. 
Warren, Nathanie] E,. Jones, Warrenton. 
Wilkes, W. G. Hix, Wilkesborougb. 
Wake, E. H. Ray, Raleigh. 
Wilson, J. W. Davis, AVilson. 
Washington, John H. Bateman, Plymouth. 
Watauga, John Horton, Boone. 
Wayne, John Kennedy, Goldsboro. 
Yadkin, E. C. Roughton, Yadkinville. 
Yanc3y, W. E. Piercy, Burnsville. 

[Note. — The list of sheriffs was made up from the return* 
in the .Executive office, of the vote on the constitution, taken 
in August, and as a few of the counties failed to make re- 
turns, and we had no other source from which to compile, 
the names of the sheriffs for those counties are not found in 
the fod'egoing list.] 



COUNTY COURT CLERKS- 

Ashe, R. T. Hardin, Jefferson. 
Alleghany, C. Gr. Pawlkes, Shiloh. 
Alexander, R. P. Mattheson, Taylorsville. 
Alamance, W. A. Albright, Graham. 
Anson, P. J. Coppidge, Wadesboro. 
Burke, E. W. Dorsey, Morganton. 
Brunswick, Swift Galloway, Smithville. 
Bladen, D. Blue, Elizabethtown. 
Bertie, Wm. G. Gurley, Windsor. 
Beaufort, W. S. Cordon, Washington. 
Cherokee, Drewry Weeks, Murphy. 
Chowan, Wm. R. Skinner, Edenton. 
Catawba, McL. Cline, Newton. 
Chatham, R. G. Cotton, Pittsboro. 
Cumberland, Jesse D. Warden, Fayetteviile.. 



Sell Paper and Envelopes. 

93 

Clay, J. K G. Smith, Fort Hembrie. 

Currituck, Joshua W. Baxter, Currituck, C. li- 

Craven, Wm. G. Bryan, Newbern. 

Columbus, J). P. Hugh, Whitesville. 

Cleaveland, S. Williams, Shelby. 

Caswell, Henry D. Brandon, Yanceyville. 

Camden, Geo. W. Spencer, Camden C. H. 

Caldwell, J. R., Wilson, Lenoir. 

Cabarrus, J. 0. Wallace, Concord. 

Duplin, Walter R. Bell, Kenansville. 

Davidson, J. K. Ferryman, Lexington. 

Davie, E. Gaither, Mocksville. 

Edgecombe, Erwin Thigpen, Tarboro. 

Franklin, T. C. Horton, Louisburg. 

Forsythe, IN". S..Cook, Winston. 

Guilford, Lindon Swain, Greensboro. 

Greene, D. A. Spivey, Snow Hill. 

Granville, Augustine Landis, Oxford. 

Gaston, A. Ford, Dallas. 

Gates, Henry L. Eure, Gatesville. 

Hertford, L. M. Coopei',. Wiuton. 

Henderson, J. C. GuUick, Hendersonville.. 

Harneft, Benj. F. Shaw, Lillington. 

Halifax, John L. Gregory, Hal i tax. 

Haywood, W. W. Medford, Waynesville.. 

Iredell, J. F. Alexander, Statesville. 

Jones, Benjamin Askew, Trenton. 

Johnston, B. T. Massey, Smithfield. 

Jackson, Julius W. Fisher, Webster. 

Lincoln, W. R. Clark, Lincolnton. 

Lenoir, Z'Tick Hunter, Kinston. 

Macon, R. A. Slagle, Fi'anklin, 

Martin, Wm. H. Harrell, Williamston. 

Madison, Klisha J. Tweed, Marshall. 

McDowell, Alfred M. Finlay, Marion. 

Mecklenburg, William Maxwell, Charlotte. 

Montgomerv, C. C. ^^ade, Troy. 

Moore, A. H. McNeill, Carthage. 

IS'ash, B. H. Sorsby, 'Nashville. 

i^ew Hanover, Robert B. Wood, Jr., Wilmington. 

Northampton, Noah R. Odom, Jackson. 

Orange, George Laws, Hillsboro. 

Onslow, A. J.. Johnston, Jacksonville. 

Pasquotank, A. P. White, Elizabeth City. 

Person, Samuel T. Brown, Roxboro. 



BRANSON & FABBAR, 

94 

Pitt, A. E. Dancy, Greenville. 
Polk, Gr. B. Landis, Columbus. 
Randolph, J. H. Brown, Ashboro'. 
Richmond, Frank Sandford, Rockingham. 
Rowan, Obadiah Woodson, Salisbury. 
Rutherford, John B. Eaves, Rntherfordton. 
Rockingham, A. P. Smith, Weutworth. 
Sampson, W. A. Matthis, Clinton. 
Stanly, Lafayette Green, Albemarle. 
Stokes, Joel F. Hill, Danbury. 
Surry, Henry C Hampton, Dobson. 
Transylvania, George Orr, Brevard, 
Union, J. E. Irby, Monroe. 
Warren, William A. White, Warrenton, 
Watauga, Joseph B, Todd, Boone 
Washington, W. F. Sanderson, Plymouth. 
Wayne, W. G. Hollo well, Goldsboro. 
Wake, J. J. Ferrill, Raleigh. 
Wilkes, R. M. Smith, Wilkesboro. 
Wilson, B. F. Briggs, Wilson. 
Yadkin, J. G. Marler, Yadkinsville. 
Yancey, D. McCaulis, Burnesville. 



WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLERS. 

Albertson, S. E. Greensboro. 

Barnes, H,, Wilson. 

Butler, J. T., Charlotte. 

Brown & Andrews, 37 Market street, Wilmington. 

B^'asley, J. M., Fayetteville. 

Beckwith, R W., Charlotte. 

Bell, J. H., Williamston. 

Chamberlain & Rawls, Tarboro. 

Cowan, Canaday, Asheville. 

Davis, L. M., Salisbury. 

Davis, W. R., Wadesboro. 

Ferguson, G. D., Salisbury. 

Glover, E., " 

Gidclens, L. D., Goldsboro. 

Knohl, F. W., S. Front street, Wilmington. 

Lamson, F., Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 



Sell North Carolina Maps. 

95 

Lienback, F. W., Salem. 

Mahler, H., Fayetteville street, Ealeigh. 

McBride, J., Wilson. 

Nieman^ August, Charlotte. ^ 

Propes, 0. M., Fayetteville street, Ealeigh. 

Palmer, John C, Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 

Prior, W., Fayetteville. 

Bobbins, T. A., Wilmington. 

Smith, C. F., Pollok street, Newbern. 

Simmons, R. P., Ansonville. 

Thompson, Wm. H., Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 

Welfare, A. K , Salem. 

Watts, J. H., Statesville. 

Wood, F. D., Rutherfordton. 

Eaton, Samuel, Newbern. 

Gilbert, E. F., Wilmington. 



HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES- 

Bailey Hotel_, Front street, Wilmington, J. H. Baily, 23ro- 
prietor. 

Charlotte Hotel, Charlotte, A. Bethune, superintendent. 

Boyden House, Salisbury, C. S. Brown, proprietor. 

Exchange Hotel, Hillsboro street, Raleigh, J. M. Blair & 
Co., proprietor. 

Wilson Hotel, Wilson, Browning & Lutts, proprietors. 

N. C. Hotel, Newbern, L. S. Baker, proprietor. 

Hi^h Point Hotel, High Point, Misses Barbee, proprietors. 

Wilson Sulphur Springs, Cleaveland county, J. J. Black- 
wood, proprietor. 

Wilmington Hotel, Wilmington, Thomas Daniel, proprie- 
tor. 

Boarding House, Raleigh, Misses Dupree, proprietors. 

Boarding House, " Mrs. Lucy B. Evans, proprietor. 

Railroad Hotel, Wilmington, J. R. Faulkner & Co., pro- 
prietors. 

City Hotel, Wilmington, Frederick & Shemwell, p^'opri- 
etors. 

Rockingham Hotel, Rockingham, Fowlkes & Blake, pro- 
.prietors. 

Frazier's Hotel, Trinity College, W. H. Frazier, proprietor 



BRANSOIf & FARRAR, 

96 

Weldon Hotel, "Weldon,. John Farrell, proprietor. 

Boarding House, Eayetteville street, Kaleigh, Mrs. T. R. 
Fentress, proprietor. 

Granger's Hotel, Goldsboro,-T. A. Granger, proprietor. 

(rrisvvold Hotel, Goldbboro, Mrs. Griswold, proprietor. 

Walton House, Morganton, Hunt & Walton, proprietors. 

Boarding House, Wilmington, Mrs. H. B, Hardy, proprietor. 

Boarding House, Raleigh, Mrs. John T. High, proprietor.. 

Fayetteville Hotel, Fayetteville, R. Jones, proprietor. 

Jarrell's Hotel, High Point, M. Jarrell, proprietor. 

Carolina Hotel. Raleigh, Mrs. Jeffreys, proprietor. 

Front Street House, Beaufort, W. C. King, praprietor, 

Morton House, Greensboro, J. Morton, proprietor. 

(Jaston House, lieAvbern, W. P. Moore, " 

Mansion House, Charlotte, '' '^ " 

McLean House, States ville, Mrs. M. D. McLean, proprietor. 

Planter's Hotel, Wilmington street, Raleigh, W. T. H. Peo- 
ples, proprietor. 

Pittsboro Hotel, Pittsboro, N. A. & William R;irasay, pro- 
prietors 

Lee House, Plymouth, William Rankin, proprietor. 

Buck Hotel, Asheville, W. W. Smith, " 

Carolina Plouse, Asheville, Bacchus Smith, " 

Spruill House, Plymouth, B. J. Spruill, " 

Rocky Mount Hotel, Rocky Mount, Mis. J. P. Tillery, pro- 
prietor. 

Seaman's Home, Wilmington, G. W. Williams, Pro- 
prietor. 

Halifax Hotel, Plalifax, E. C. Woodson, Proprietor. 

White Sulphur Springs, Catawba county, J. G. Wyatt & 
Co., Proprietors. 

Boarding House, Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, R. Wallace, 
Phipi'ietor. 

Mansion House, Salisbury, Reeves & Couchenour, Pro- 
prietors. 

Boarding House, Smithville, Mrs. Stewart, Proprietress. 

United States Boarding House, Wilmington, Mrs. McCaleb, 
Proprietress. 

Concord PTotel, Concord, T. L. Ritch, Proprietor. 

Boarding House, Newbern street, Raleigh, Mrs. Henry W. 
Miller, Proprietress. 



Sell CantweM's Law Practice. 
INSURANCE AGENCIES, E^rC. 

Atkinson & Shepperson, Fire, Ma'rine and Tiife Insurance 
Companies of New York and Baltimore, Wilmingon. 

Allen, C. B., freight agent, R. & G. R. R., Raleigh. 

Battle, R. H,, Sr., Metropolitan of New York, Raleigh. 

J3arhee, W. G., National Express Company, High Point. 

Bradley & Woehlor, New York steam line, N. Water st.,. 
Wilmington. 

Barry, Horace M., New York steamers "Starlight" and 
" Commander," N. Water street, Wilmington. 

Brown, J. R. & James, Real Estate, Wilmington. 

Cautvvell, Ed., Lorillard Eire Insurance Company of New 
York, Oxford. 

Crow, Wm. li., ^Etna Life Insurance Company of Hart- 
ford, Raleigh. 

Crowder, W. J. W., American Tract Society, Raleigh. 

Cook, Jaiiies G. , Mutual Insurance Company, Eayetteville. 

Crudup, J. B., agent for Buckeye Sulkey Plow, Kittrells. 

Carleton & Morrison, Fire and Life Insurance agents, States- 
vdle. 

Dudley & Bro., agents New England and New York Acci- 
dental Company, 5 N. Water street, Wilmington. 

Davits, J. W., Insurance agent National Marine and Fire 
Company of New Orleans, Goldsboro. 

Planner, Wm. B., Murrays New York steamship line, N. 
Water street, Wilmington. 

George, ti. P., Hartford Accidental Company, B S. Water 
street, Wilmington. 

(jilmer, John A., Jr., Land Agent, Greenshoro. 

Gillispie, T. D., Southern Express Company, Charlotte. 

Howerton, W. H., Insurance Agent, Salisbury . 

Hill, Warren & Co., agents Logan Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Greensboro. 

Hutchison, E-. Nye, agent Guano and Fertilizers, Salis- 
bury. 

Hardie, Rev. Henry, agent American Bible Society, Ral- 
eigh. 

Hutchison & Springs, Insurance agents, Charlotte. 

Linton, S. E. , gas agent, Salisbury. 

Lutts, J. J., agent National Express Compan}'^, Wilson. 

Miller, W. R., real estate and general agent, Raleigh. 

McComber, James, agent Southern Express Company, S* 
Granite Row, Wilmington. 
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BRANSON & FARRAR, 

98 

Myers, Charles J)., agent wines and liquors, 11 and 13 
Front street, 'Wilmington. 

Newby, D. T., agent E. J. Hale & Son, books and statioii- 
ery, Fayetteville. 

Polly, S. W., agent for surgical cases, Wilmington. 

Pool & Davis, insurance and general business agents, Golds- 
boro. 

Pescud, P. F., insurance agent Brooklyn and other north 
em companies, Raleigh. 

Page, Ftui'us H., agent Memphis Insurance Co., Raleigh. 

Rose, John M., National Express Company, Fayetteville. 

Smith, W". D,, agent Endor Iron Works, Hay street, Fay- 
etteville. 

Smith, W. L., agent Phoenix Insurance Company, Wil- 
mington. 

Southerland & Wallace, insurance agents, Wilmington. 

Slocumb, — , insurance agent, Goldsboro. 

Smith, W. T., agent Pioneer Foundry and Machine Shop>> 
Greensboro, 

Taylor, G. H., agent Palmer's Patent Ijcg, Newborn. 

Tiddy, R. N. & Co., agents Fire, Marine and Life Insu- 
rance Company, Newbern. 

Vorhees, C. J., Southern Express Company, Morganton. 

Wallace & Southerland, agent Greensboro Mutual Insu- 
rance Company, Wilmington. 

Williams, John G, & Co., agents Underwriters' Agency of 
New York, Raleigh. 

Wilson, Rev. N. H. D., insurance agent, Greensboro. 

Willis, Elijah, general business agent, Wilmington. 

Whitford & Dill, shipping agents, Newborn. 

Mallett, A. F., agent gas machine, Wilmington. 

Shepherd, J. E,, Southern Express Co., Wilson. 



CLOTHING HOUSES AND Mr:R- 
CHANT TAILORS. 

Andrews, R. B. & Co., Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 
Baldwin & Munson, 38 Market street, Wilmington. 
Baer, Sol. & Bro., 18 Market street, Wilmington. 
Baer, S. & Co., 41 and 42 N. Water street, Wilmington. 



Sell Turner's Almanac. 

99 \ 

Baer & Eppler, Newbern. 
Colin & Rytenburg, Wilmington. 
Caldwell, J. A. & Co., Charlotte, 
Cochrane & Wilson, " 

Clements, J. B., Wilson. 
Cox & Morris, Oxford. 
Efland, J. G., Greensboro. 
Einstein, Z. & Bros., Goldsboro. 
Fentress, T. E., Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 
Fullings & Springs, Charlotte. 
Grausman, M., Fayetteville street^ Raleigh. 
Graham, H., corner Hay and Church streets, Fayetteville. 
Lyon, Jacob, corner Market and N. Water street, Wil- 
mington. 
McCormick, James, 27 Market street, Wilmington, 
jMehegan, Walter, Wilson. 
Newman, P., 3*7 Water street, Wilmington. 
Neal, D , Tarboro. 
Physioc & Pearce, Beaufort. 
Price, C. iST., Salisbury. 
Phillips, J. S., Charlotte. 
Phillips, S. D,, Goldsboro. 
Eea, 1). L., Charlotte. 
Tomlinson, E. D., Wilmington. 
Tomlinson, L. D. & Co., Wilson. 
Vogel, J., Charlotte. 

Weill, A. & Co., 13 Market street, Wilmington. 
Woodward, A. J. & Son, Hay street, Fayetteville. 
Mehegan, J., Tarboro. 
Bogor & Carlton, Statesville. 
Alexander, J. M. Concord. 
Bostiau, D. T., Concord. 



WINE AND LIQUOR DEALERS. 



^-X) 



Alexander, S. D., North Front street, Wilmington. 
Bremer, H. M., N. E., corner Front and Dock streets, Wil- 
mington. 
Groot, E. W. & Co., Charlotte. 
Hussell & Bappler, S. E. corner North and Water streets. 



Wilmington. 



BRAI^SON & FAREAE, 

100 

Hall & Lincler, Salisbury. 

Hutton, B. VanLea^r, Goldsboro. 

Judkins, J. N., Halifax. 

Klander & Co., brewers, corner Front and Cliurcb streetSy, 

Wilmington. 
Lickman, A. J., Williamston. 
Magee, T., Tarboro. 

McNemara & O'Connor, Craven street, Newbern. 
Hopkins & Johnston, Granite Kow, Wilmington. 



MILT.INERS AND MANTUA MAKERS-.. 

Adams, Mrs. S. , Greensboro, 
Bond, Mrs. M.E., Wilson. 
Carncross, Mrs. J. C, Salisbury. 
Drake, Sylvia, mantua maker, Tarboro. 
Dodd, Mrs. — , Fayetteville. 

Franklin, Mrs. J. B., Fayetteville street, Kaleigh. 
Goldston, Mrs., Fayetteville. 

Kahnweiler & Co., millinery and straw goods, Wilmington, 
Lyon, Miss J., S. E. corner Princess and Fifth streets, Wil- 
mington. 
Lumsden, Mrs., Front street, Wilmington, 
McFarland, Mrs,, Ansonville. 
Maurice, Mrs. N., Greensboro. 
Pendergrass, Mrs., Wilmington street, Ealeigh. 
Palamontain, Mrs. J. B., Tarboro. 
Rutledge, Mrs., Salisbury. 
Royall, Mrs. M., Goldsboro. 

Thompson, Mrs. Sarah, Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 
Watts, Mrs. H., Statesville. 
Williams, Mrs. E. & Co., Wilson. 

Williams & Covert, millinery and straw goods,. Charlotte: 
Dye, Mrs. M. E., Hay street, Fayetteville. 



Do Job Printing. 

101 

BARBERS. 

Artis, E., Maiming ton. 

<xibble, Frank, Beaufort. 

Hostler, Gr., Wilmington. 

Hughes, H. T. & Bro., Fayetteville street, and Excliange 

Hotel, Raleigh. 
Reid, E., City Hotel, Wilmington. 
Scott & Alfred, Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 
Valentine, John, corner Wilmington ^and Hargett streets, 

Raleigh. 
Wilkes, R., Greensboro. 
Wilson, Silvester, W^ilmington. 
Jones, John A,, Raleigh. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Anderson, W. J., Hay street, Fayetteville. 

Brenizer, A. F., G-reensboro. 

Downing, C. W., Charlotte. 

Evans, Thomas, Dock street, Wilmington. 

Gilbert, Martin Van Buren, Roanoke Island. 

Loeb, Jacob, 9S Water street, Wilmington. 

Poisson, W. M., office W. & W. flailroad, Wilmington 



NEWSrAPERS AND JOB OFEICES. 

'Sentinel, weekly, Winston, J. W. Alspaugh, editor. 
Methodist Enterprise, weekly, lialeigh, Branson &. Hudson, 

editors. 
Job Office, Salisbury", J. J. Bruner, proprietor. 
Watchman, weekly, Salisbury, J. J. Bruner, editor. 
People's Press, weekly, Salem, L. V. Blum, editor. 
Weekly Message, Greensboro, Mrs. F. Rl. Bumpass, editor. 
Record, semi-monthly, Pittsboro, John L. & Robt. Cowan, 

editors. 
N. C. ArguSj weekly, Wadesboro,, Frank Darley, editor. 



BEANSON & FARKAR, 

102 

American, weekly, Statesville, E. B Brake & Son, editors. 

Journal, daily and weekly, Wilmington, Engelhard & 
Price, editors. 

Presbyterian, weekly, Fayetteville, B. Fuller, editor. 

American Eagle, weekly, Louisburg, Fnrman & Newby^ 
editors. 

The State, semi-weekly, Weldon, Thomas J. Garner, edi- 
tor. 

North Carolinian, tri-weeklj, Wilson, W. A. Hearne,, 
editor. 

Old North State, tri-weekly, Salisbury, Lewis Hanes, 
editor. 

Biblical Recorder, weekly, Ealeigh, Eev. J. D. Hufham, 
editor. 

Standard, tri-weekly and weekly, Raleigh, W. W. Holdert 
& Son, editors. 

Standard Job Office, Raleigh, W. W. Holden & Son, pro- 
prietors. 

Recorder, weekly, Hillsboro, Dennis Heartt, editor. 

Argus, weekly, Shelby, Hayden & Nelson, editors. 

Land We Love, monthly, Charlotte, G-en. D. H. Hill, edi- 
tor. 

News, weekly, Asheville, J. M. Israel, editor. 

Patriot, weekly, Greensboro, A. W. Ingold, editor. 

Pioneer, weekly, Hendeisonville, A. H. Jones, editor. 

Southerner, weekly, Tarboro, H. McNair, editor. 

I^ews, weekly, Fayetteville, H. L. & J. H. Myrover, edi- 
tor. 

Book and Job Office, Raleigh, Nichols, Gorman & Neathery,, 
proprietors. 

Printers, Wilson, Patten & Mountz. 

Dispatch, daily and weekly, Wilmington, Robinson & Co., 
editors. 

Book Publishing, Greensboro, Richard Sterling & ion, pub- 
lishers. 

Field and Fireside, weekly ; Rural Journal, monthly ; Key 
Stone, monthly ; Crescent Monthly, Raleigh, Wm. B. 
Smith & Co., publishers. 

Field and Fireside Book and Job Office, Ealeigh, Wm. B. 
Smith & Co., proprietors. 

Commercial, daily and weekly, Newbern, John Spelman, 
• editor. 

Union Banner, daily, Salisbury, J. J. Stewart, editor. 

Journal of Commerce, Newbern, Pool & Shotwell, editors. 

N. C. Times, daily, Charlotte, Warring & Herron_, editors. 



Sell Swaim's Justice. 

103 

News, daily, Goldsboro, W. & J. B. Whitaker, editors. 

Expositor, weekly, Williamston, Williams & Askew, edi- 
tors. 

Western Democrat, Charlotte, W. J. Yates, editor. 

♦Sentinel, daily, semi-weekly and weekly, Raleigli, Rev. 
Wm. E. Pell and Seaton Gales, editors. 

Star, weekly, Rutherford ton, J. B, Carpenter, editor. 

Progress, daily and weekly, Raleigh, Orr & G-uthrie. 



MANUr^ACTURING ESTABIJSli- 

MENTS. 

Book Bindery, DeCarterett & Armstrong, Raleigh. 

Paper Mills, AY. B. Allegre, Forestville. 

Turpentine Distillery, J. R. Blossom & Co., Wilmington. 

Saw Mill, J. B & J. Beard, near Salisbury. 

Cabinet Maker and Undertaker, H. J. Brown, Raleigh. 

Blacksmithing, S. Biuth, Wilmington. 

Carriage Making, James Bashford, near Raleigh. 

Tin and Copper Y7are, T. E. Brown & Co., Salisbury. 

Iron and Copper Works, P3aily & Hart, Wilmington. 

Blacksmitlis, Beard & Clai'k, Greensboro. 

Tin and Copper Ware, C. F. Baker & Co., Salisbury. 

Pump Makei's, Blackburn & Plolder, Salem. 

Architect and Builder, John R. Brummitt, Louisburg. 

Architects and Builders, Brii/gs, Dodd & Hicks, Raleigli. 

Manufacturing Mills, Allen Brown, near Hillsboro. 

Lock and Gun Smith, Billiard Bell, Kaleigh. 

Boot and Shoe Making, P. Cheevers, Newbern. 

8hip Builders, Cassidy & Berry, Wilmington 

Wheelwright, W. W. Causey, near Greensboro. 

Coach Making, Caraway & Saylor, Salisbury. 

Tannery, J. C. Caraway, High Mount. 

Carriage and Buggy Factory, \Yilliam Collins, Greensboro. 

Saw Mill, Clark & Cook, Boon Hill. 

Cabinet Making, Collier & Co., Greensboro. 

Saw Mill, Crenshaw & Martin, F'orestville. 

Cabinet Making, Damon & Johnston, Wilmington. 

Tin Ware Manufactory, J. B. Davis, Fayetteville, 

Eagle Foundry, J, S. Davis, Lexington. 



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104 

Iron Foundry, J. W. Derr, near Lincolnton. 

Boot and 81ioe Making, VV. H. Ellen, Raleigli. 

Miller's, S. B. EvereU & Co., South Gaston. 

Cabinet and Coach Making, J. H. Ellison, Williamston. 

Furniture Manufactory, A. W. Frapps, Baleigh. 

Foundry and Agricultural Works,, Farmer & V/ainwright, 
Wilson. 

G-as Factory, C. B. Root, president company, Raleigh. 
" " C. J. Fox, " " Charlotte. 

Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, Flanagan, Statesville. 
" " " T. J. Foster & Co., Salisbury. 

" " " J. H. Freeman, Wilson. 

Paper Mills and Iron Foundry, D. Froneberger & Co.. near- 
Shelby. 

Coach Making, W. H. Ferguson, Louisburg. 

Manufacturing Mill,- James Fort, Forestville. 

Harness Maker, W. M. Gilliam, Greensboro. 

Smoking Tobacco Factory, J. R. Green, i airham's. 

Boot and Shoe Making, Howell & Co , Raleigh. 

Undertaking and Cabinet Work, E. D. Haynes, Raleigh. 

Blacksmithing, Willirm Highsmith, Wilmington. 

Book Bindery, P. Heinsburger, " 

Saddle and Harness Making, S. M. Howell, Charlotte. 

Foundry and JMachine Shop, J. M. Plowell, " 

Beaver Creek Cotton Factory, J. H. Hall, president com- 
pany, Fayetteville. 

Cabinet Making, N. N. Haynes, Shelby. 

Alarm or "Watch Dog," M. C. & G. W. Heptiustall, En- 
field. 

Cabinet Making, Martin Hanks, Pittsboro. 

Mattress Making, Rufus Harrison, Raleigh. 

Manufaoturing Mills, J. Turner Hunter, Forestville. 

Saw and Grist Mills, John Harp, near Raleigh. 

Blacksmithing, Samuel Haywood, Rnleigh. 

Cabinet Making, Jenkins & Bro,, Wilmington. 

Saddle and Harness Making, B. J. Jacobs, W^ilmington. 

Saw Mill, Jones & Whitcorab, JSTewbern. 

Marble Yard, King & Whitelaw, Raleigh. 

Wheelwrights and Carpenters, Kersey & Coble, Greensboro. 

Gun and Lock Smiths, Charles Kuester & Bro., Raleigh. 

Car Finishing, 0. D. Lipscomb, Raleigh and Gaston Shops, 
Raleigh. 

Saw Mill, Ijipscomb & Bond, Tarboro. 

Tin and Sheet Iron Ware and StoveSj Lougee & Bro., 
Raleigh, 



Book Binders. 

105 

Tanuirjg, C. P. Mebane & Co.^ Mebanesville. 

Bakery, Marshall & Co., Wilson. 

Coach Making, Moore & Fulford, Rocky Mount. 

Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, J. E. & S. F. Mickey, Winston. 

Coach and Carriage Factory, A. A. McKethan & Sons^ Fay- 
etteville. 

Saw Mills, Merooney & Bro., Salisbury. 

Foundry and Machine Shop, M. Martin & Co., Charlotte. 

House Carpenter, H. D. Maners, AVadesboro. 

Saw Mill, Marshburne & Williams, Black Creek. 

Smoking Tobacco Factory, tl. F. Morris & Son, Durham. 

Cabinet Making, J. R. Mallory, Fittsboro. 

Machine Shop, Maglen & Manwell, Newborn. 

Smut Machine Factory, John A. McMannen, Durham's. 

Saw Mill, W. & P. J. Man gum, 

Gun Smith, A. H. NefF, Wilminsjton. 

House Carpentering. Noi'ris .& King. Raleigh. 

Tin and Copper Smiths, B. B. Neave & Co., Salisbury. 

Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper AVare, John O'hagan, Tarboro. 

Mattress ^Making, Laura Otterburg, Fayetteville. 

Sash and Blind Factory, J. M. Overcash, Statesville. 

Wool Carding, L. D. Orrell, near Greensboro. 

Bakerv, William Patten, Wilmington. 

Gun Smith, H. K Polly, 

Soap F.-ictory, Preston & Planner, V\^ilmington. 

Coach Making, Parker & Murray, Wilson. 

Blacksmithing, J. B. Palamontain, Tarboro. 

Tin Ware, E. PL Pogue, Hillsboro. 

Cabinet making, T. J Pond, Statesville. 

Carriage and Buggy Factory, Peal & Pritchard, William- 
ston 

Blacksmithing, Rice B. Pierce, Llalifax. 

Clarendon Iron A¥orks, T. E. Roberts, Wilmington. 

Saddle and Harness Making, R. A. Sizer, \^lson. 

Cabinet Making, D. A. Smith, " 

Tin m^are, H. C. Smith, Raleigh. 

Coacli making, W. H. Smith, Salisbury. 

Hatter, W. H. Smith, 

Boot and Shoe Making, H. Shuttle, Wilmington. 

Iron Foundry, Fred Stuart, Gaston county. 

Cabinet Maker and Undertaker, J. H. Summerell, Weldon. 

Tin Ware Factory, Sluder & Penland, Asheville. 

Boot and Shoe Making, B. R. Smith, Charlotte. 

Saddle and Harness Making, J. S. Topham & Co., Wil- 
mington. 



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106 

Blacksraithin^, H. W. Tatem, Charlotte. 

Harness Making & Trimming, J. E. Thorn, Greensboro, 

Coach and Buggy Factory, Threadgill & Saylor, Wades- 

boro. 
Saddle and Harness Making, Josiah Turner, Hillsboro. 
Fouuilry and Machine Sho})s, J. H. Tarpley, G-reensboro, 
Harness Factory, Joseph Tucker, Williamston, 
Upholstering, N. B. Vincent, Wilmington. 
Architect and Builder, James AValker, Wilmington. 
Saddle and Harness Makins:, J. Wilson, •' 

.Blacksmithing, L. Wood, Fayetleville. 
Cabinet Making and Undertaking, K. B. Waitt, Ealeigh. 

J. W. White, Tarboro. 
Coach making, A. Wreem, Wilson. 
Boot and Shoe Making, E. T. White, Charlotte. 
Carriage TrirarAing, Wm. S. Wearn, '• 

Architect and Builder, C. E. Bennett, Tarboro. ' 
Bakery. A. Lessraan, Wilmington. 

Kocky Mount Cotton Factory,"W. S. Battle, Rocky Mount 
Tanner, George Brov^n, Concord. 
IMacksmitb, Phillip Brcwn, Concord. 
Coppersmith, William Bradley & Co.^ Wilmington. 
Saw Mill, • lias Carr, near Sparta. 
Boot and Shoe Making, P. Cheever, Newborn. 
Cabinet Making, P. S. Deaton & G^., Concord. 
Tin and Sheet Iron W^are, Willis Elkin, " 
Boot and Shoe Making, Peter Francis, Fayetteville street, 

Raleigh. 
W^oolen Factory, H. W. Fries, Salem. 
Saw Mill, Gentry, Lewis & Flynt, Kernersville. 
Blacksmith, D. L. Haithcock, Concord. 
Coach and Buggy Factory, M. B. Leslie, Concord. 
Cotton Factory, J. McDonald & Son, " 

Cedar Falls Cotton Factory, George Makepeace, Cedar 

Falls. 
Franklinsville Cotton Factory, George Makepeace, Frank- 

linsville. 
Flouring Mills, Niceler & Sloop, Concord. 
Cotton Factory, Phifer & Niceler, near Concord. 
Blacksmithing, Cameron Perry, Raleigh 
Tifi and sheet iron, J, W. Rogers, Concord. 
Blacksmith shop, Isaiah Rayner, Raleigh. 
Boot and Shoe Maker, Henry Shuttle, Wilmington. 
House Carpenter^ James Saintsing, Wilmington street, 

Raleigh. 



Sell North Carolina Form Books. 

107 

Saddle and Harness Making, Wallace & Hill, Concord. 
Book Bindery, W. K. Dix, N. C. Book Store, Raleigh. 
Saddle & Harness, C. W. D. Hutchings & Bro., Masonic 
Hall, Raleigh. 



HARDWARE. 

Brown, J., with Hart & Lewis, 44 Fayetteville st., Raleigh. 

Briggs & Dodd, Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 

Hart & Lewis, Newborn. 

Hege & Bros , A¥inston. 

Mitchell, Allen & Co., Newhern. 

Peck, Geo. A. & Co., 15 S. Front street, Wilmington. 



BOOKS AND STATIONERY. 

Burk & Harrison, Salisbury. 

Branson & Farrar, N. C. Book Store, Raleigh. 

Hall & Bro., Newborn. 

Hale, E. J. & Son, Hay street, Fayetteville. 

Hutton, B. V. L., Newborn. 

Love, J. D., 22 Market street, Wilmington. 

Maurice, F. B.^ Music Store, Ureensboro. 

Maye, M. T., Wilson. 

Swann, F. D., Wilmington. 

Tiddy & Co., Charlotte. 

Whitaker, T. S., 36 Market street, Wilmington. 

Smith, AV. B. & Co., Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 

Wood & Jenkins, Oxford. 

Smaw, F. D., Wilmington. 



BRANSON & FAEBAK, 

108 

PHOTOGRAPHISTS. 

Bloomer, W. E., Wilson. 

Batchelor, W., Front street, Wilmington. 

Clark, David L., High Point. 

Harden, 0. H., Beaufort. 

Kennedy, P. B., G-reensboro. 

Kennedy, Philip P., Asheville. 

Price, C., Goldsboro. 

Smith, J. H., Charlotte. 

Smith, 0. J., E^ewbern. 

Van Orsdell, C. M., 41 | Market street Wilmington. 

Watson, J. W., Fayetteville street, Raleigh. 

Wilson, T. J., Hay street, Fayetteville. 

Wiseman, W. H., Charlotte. 



BANKERS AND BROKERS. 

Brenizer, Kellogg & Co., Greensboro. 

Burruss' Bros., Wilmington. 

Cook, James Gr., Fayetteville. 

Disosway, Guion & Co., Pollok street, Newbern. 

Grady, G. & Co., corner Princess and Water streets, Wil 

mington. 
Jones, S. T. & Co., Newbern. 
Roberts, Hutchison & Foster, Salisbury. 
Rountree & Co., Gaston House, Newbern. 
Sprague Brothers, Salisbury. 
Steele & Co., Greensboro. 

Wilkinson, James, 34 Market street, Wilmington. 
Williams, John G. & Co., Fayetteville street, Raleigh,, 
Wiley, P. A. & Co., Hay street, Fayetteville. 



Sell Antique Works, 

109 

STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Jonathan Worth, of Randolph, Governor, sal- 
ary, $4,000 00" 
Wm. H. Bagley, of Pasquotank, Private Secre- 
tary to the Grovernor, (exclusive of fees,) 1,000 00 
Robert W. Best, of G-re'ene, Secretary of State, 

(exclusive of fees,) 1,250 00 

Kemp P. Battle, of Wake, Public Treasurer, 2,000 00 

Donald W. Bain, of Wake,, Chief Clerk to Treas- 
urer, • 1,500 00 
E. F. Page, Second Clerk to Treasurer. 750 00 
Curtis H. Brogden, of Wayne, Comptroller, 1,500 00 
Governor'^s Council — Jesse J. Yeates, of Hertford; Daniel 
L. Russell, of Brunswick; Wm. A. Wright, of New Han- 
over; Wm. Eaton, Jr , of Warren; H. A. Lemly, of For- 
svthe; Calvin J. Cowles, of Wilkes; R. F. Simonton, of 
Iredell. 

State Geologist — Washington C. Kerr, of 

Mecklenburg, $2,500 00 

State Printer — Wm. E. Pell, of Raleigh. 
State Liharian — 0. H. Perry, of Raleigh, 600 00 

Super inteyident of Public Buildings — Robert H. 

Bradley, of Wake, . 500 00 

Superintendent of Artificial Limb Department — S. Garland 

Ryan. 
Agent for Gherohee Lands — Jacob Siler. 
Adjutant Gfeneral — John A. Gilmer, Jr., of Guilford. 
Aids to the Govern&r with the rank of Colonel — James T. 
Morehead, of Guilford ; Atlas J. Dargan, of Anson; John 
M, Perry, of Carteret; Walker Clark, of Halifax. 



The General Assembly commences its regular sessions or? 
the third Monday of Noverabsr, in each year. 



BRANSON & PARRAR, 

110 

U. S. DISTRICT COURT OF N. C. 

Judge — Geo. W. Brooks, of Pasquotank; District Alfor- 
ney; D. H. Starbuck, of Forsythe; Clerk, N. J. Riddick, 
Raleigh ; Marshal, Daniel R. Goodloe. 

The United States District Courts are held : 
Edenton, 3d Monday in April and October. 
Newbern, 4th " " " 

Wilmington, 1st " after. 



SUPREME COURT. 

The Supreme Court of North Carolina is held at Raleigh 
semi-annually, on the second Monday in June and second 
Monday in December. 

Justices — R. M. Pearson, of Yadkin, Chief 

Justice, salary, $2,500 00 

W. H. Battle, of Orange, Associate Justice, 2,500 00 

E. G. Reade, of Person, " " 2,500 00 

Sion H. Rogers, of Wake, Attorney General. 

S. F. Phillips, of Orange, Reporter, (exclu- 
sive of fees,) ' 000 00 

Edmund B. Freeman, of Wake, Clerk, (exclu- 
sive of fees,) 500 00 

James Litchford, of Wake, Marshal. 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

The Superir Courts are held in eight Circuits by the fol- 
lowing officers : 

Judges — David A. Barnes, of Northampton ; E. J. War- 
ren, of Beaufort; Daniel G. Fowle, of Wake; Robert B. 
Gilliam, of Granville; Ralph P. Buxton, of Cumberland; 
Anderson Mitchell, of Iredell ; William M. Shipp, of Hen- 
derson ; A. S. Merrimon, of Buncombe. Salary of each, 
|2,500. 



Sell Spencerian Pens. 

Ill 

Solicitors— M\]\s L. Eure, of Gates, first Circuit; W. T, 
Faircloth, of Wayne, second Circuit ; Sion H. Eogers, of 
Wake, Attorney General, tliird Circuit ; Tliomas Settle, of 
Kocking;bam, fourth Circuit; Neill McKay, of Harnett, 
fifth Circuit; W. P. Cahhvell, of Iredell, sixth Circuit; 
Wm. P. Bynum, of Lincoln, seventh Circuit; David Cole- 
man, of Buncombe, eighth Circuit. Compensation of each 
Solicitor, $20 f<r each court of one week, and $20 for each 
additional week. 

FIRST CIRCUIT. 

Tyrrell — First Monday in March and September. 
Washington — Second Monday in March and Sempseraber. 
Bertie — Third Monday in March and September. 
Hertfoi'd — Fourth Monday in March and Septemher. 
Gates — First Monday after the fourth Monday in March and 

September. 
Chowan — Second Monday after the fourth Monday in March 

and September. 
Perquimans — Third Monday after the fourth Monday in 

March and September. 
Pasquotank— Fourth Monday after the fourth Monday in 

March and September. 
Camden — Fifth Monday after the fourth Monday in March 

and September. 
Currituck — Sixth Monday after the fourth Monday in March 

and September. 

SECOND CIRCUIT. 

Duplin — Fourth Monday in March and September. 
Wayne — First Monday after the fourth Monday in Marcli 

and September. 
Greene — Second Monday after the fourth Monday m March 

and Se[)tember. 
Lenoir — Third Monday after the fourth Monday in March 

and September. 
Craven — Fourth Monday after the fourth Monday in March 

and September. 
Jones— Wednesday next after the fifth Monday after tlie 

fourth Monday in March and September. 
Olislow — Sixth Monday after the fourth Monday in March 

and September. 



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112 

Carteret — Seventli Monday after the fourth Monday in 

March and September. 
Beaufort — Eiojhth Monday after the fourth Monday in 

March and September. 
Hyde — Ninth Monday after the fourth Monday in March 

and September. 
Wilson — Tenth Monday after the fourth Monday in March 

and September. 

THIED CIECUIT. 

Martin — On the Monday before the first Monday in March 

and September. 
Pitt — The first Monday in March and September. 
Edgecombe — Second Monday in March and September. 
Nash — Third Monday in March and September. 
Johnston — Foarfi Monday in March and September. 
Wahe — First Monday after the fourth Monday in March 

and September. 
Franklin — Second Monday after the fourtli Monday in 

March and September. 
Warren — Third Monday after the fourth Monday in March 

and September. 
Halifax— Fourth Monday after the fourth Monday in March 

and September. 
North am] (ton — Fifth Monday after the fourth Monday in 
• March and September. 

FOURTH CIRCUIT. 

Granville — First Monday in March and September. 
Orano;e--Second Monday in March and September. 
'Chatham — Third Monday in March and September. 
Randolph — Fourth Monday in March and September. 
Davidson — First Monday after the fourth Monday in March 

and September. 
Forsyth e — Second Monday after the fourth Monday in 

March and September. 
Stokes — Third Monday after the fourth Monday in March 

and September. 
Guiliord — Fourth Monday after the fourth Monday in 

March and September. 
Rockingham — Fifth Monday after the fourth. Monday in 

March and September, 
€aswell — Sixth Monday after the fourth Monday in March 

and September. 



Sell Hymii and Prayer Books. 

113 
% 

Person' — Seventh Monday after the fourth Monday in March 

and September. 
Alamance— Eighth Monday after the fourth Monday in 

March and September. 

f IfTH CIECUIT. 

Harnett — ^Monday preceding the Monday next before the 

last Monday in February and August. 
Moore— Monday before the last in February and August. 
Montgomery- — Last Monday in February and August. 
Stanley — E'irst Monday m March and September. 
Anson — Second Monday in March and September, 
Richmond — Third Monday in March and Septeiuber, 
Robeson — Fourth Monday in March and September. 
Bladen— First Monday after the fourth Monday in March 

and September. 
(Dolumbus — Second Monday after the fourth Monday in 

March and September. 
Brunswick — Third Monday after the fourth Monday in 

March and September. 
New Hanover — Fourth Monday after the fourth Monday in 

March and September. 
Sampson — Sixth Monday after the fourth Monday in March 

and September. 
Cumberland — Seventh Monday after the fourth IMonday in- 

March and September'. 

SIXTH CIECUIT. 

Davie — Fourth Monday in February and August.- 

Yadkin — First Monday after the fourth Monday in Febru- 
ary and August. 

Surry — Second Monday after the' four t1:i Monday- in Febru- 
ary and August. 

Alleghany — Third Monday after the fourth Monday in Feb- 
ruar/ and August. 

Ashe^Fourth Monday after the fourth Monday in Febru- 
ary and August. 

Wilkes — Fifth Monday after the fourth Monday in Febru- 
ary and August. 

Alexander — Sixth Monday after the fourth Monday in Feb- 
ruary and August. 

Iredell — Seventh Monday after the fourth Monday in Febru- 
ary and August. 



BBANSON & FABSAR, 

lU 

'Union — Eigbtli Monday after the fourth Monday in Febru- 
ary and August. 

Mecklenburg — IS'inth and tenth Monday after the fourth 
Monday in February and August. 

Cabarrus — Eleventh Monday after the fourth Monday in 
February and August. 

Eowan — Twelfth Monday after the fourth Monday in Feb- 
ruary and August. 

SEVENTH CIRCUIT. 

Polk — First Monday in March and September. 
Eutherford— Second Monday in March and September. 
McDowell — Third Monday in March and September. 
Mitchell — Fourth Monday in March and September. 
Eurke — First Monday after the fourth Monday in March 

and September. 
Watauga — Second Monday after the fourth Monday in 

March and September. 
Caldwell — Third Monday after the fourth Monday in March 

and September. 
Catawba — Fourth Monday after the fourth Monday in 

March and September. 
Lincoln — Fifth Monday after the fourth Monday in March 

and September. 
Cleaveland — Sixth Monday after the fourth Monday in 

March and September. 
Gaston — Seventh Monday after the four h Monday in March 

and September. 

EIGHTH Circuit. 

Clay — First Monday in April and September. 
Cherokee — Second Monday in April and September, 
Macon — Third Monday in April and September. 
Jackson — Fourth Monday in April and Se]^tember. 
Haywood — First Monday after the fourth Monday in April 

and September. 
Transylvania — Second Monday after the fourth Monday in 

April and September. 
Henderson — Third Monday after the fourth Monday in 

April and September. 
Madison— Fourth Monday after the fourth Monday in April 

and September. 
Yancey — Fifth Monday after the fourth Monday in April 

and September. 



Keep Children's Picture Books. 

115 

)uncombe — Sixth Monday after the fourth Monday in April 
and September, and shall continue two weeks. 



COURTS OF PLEAS AND QUARTER 

SESSIONS. 

Anson County — On the second Monday in January, April, 
July and October. 

Ashe — Fourth Monday in February, May, August and No- 
vember. 

Alexander — First Monday in Mai'ch, June, September and 
^December. 

Alamance — First Monday after tlie fourth Monday of Feb- 
ruary, May. August and November. 

Alleghany — Fourth Monday in January, April, July and 
October. 

Be^aui'oi't — Third Monday in March and September, and the 
lirst Monday in June and December. 

Bertie — Second Monday in February, May, August and No- 
vember. 

Bladen — First Monday in February, May, August and No- 
vember, 

Brunswick — First Monday in March, June, September and 
December. 

Buncombe — Sixth Monday after the fourth Monday in 
April, Jaly, September and December. 

Burke — First Monday after the fourth Monday in March, 
June, September and December. 

Cabarrus — Third Monday in January, April, July and Oc- 
tober. 

Caldwell — Third Monday after the fourth Monday in March, 
June, Septeuiber and December. 

Camden — Second Monday in March, June, September and 
December. 

Carteret — Third Monday in February, May, August and 
Novemi)er. 

Caswell — First Monday after the fourth Monday in March, 
June, September and December. 

Catawba — Fourth Monday after the fourth Monday in 
March, June, September and December. 



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116 

Chatham — Second Monday in February, May, August and' 
November. 

Chowan— First Monday in February, May, August and 
November. 

Cleaveland — Sixth Monday after the fourth Monday in 
March, June, September and December. 

Columbus — Second Monday in February, May, August and 
November. 

Craven — Second Monday in March, June, September and 
December. 

Cumberland— First Monday in March, June, September 
and December. 

Currituck — Last Monday in February, May, August and 
November. 

Cherokee— Second Monday in April, July, September and 
December. 

Clay — First Monday in April, July, September and Decem- 
ber. 

Duplin — Third Monday in January, April, July and Octo- 
ber. 

Davidson — Second Monday in February, May, August and' 
November. 

Davie — Fourth Monday in February, May. August and 
November. 

Edgecombe — Fourth Monday in February, May, August 
and November. 

Franklia — Second Monday in March, June, September and 
December. 

Forsythe — Third Monday in March, June, September and 
December. 

Gates — Third Monday in February, May, August and No- 
vember. 

Granville — First Monday in February, May, August and. 
November. 

Greene — Second Monday in February, May, August and 
November. 

Guilford — Third Monday in February, May, August and 
November. 

Gaston — Seventh Monday after the fourth Monday in April, 
July, September and December. 

Halifax — Third Monday in February, May, August and No- 
vember. 

Harnett — Second Monday in March, June, September and 
December. 



Sell Music Instructors. 

117 

Eaywood — First Monday after the fourth Monday in April, 
July, September and December. 

JTertford — Fourth Monday in February, May, August and 
November. 

Hyde — Second Monday in F'ebruary, May, August and No- 
vember. 

Henderson — Third Monday after the fourth Monday ia 
April, July, September and December. 

Iredell — Third Monday in February, May, August and No- 
vember. 

Johnston — Fourth Monday in February, May, August and 
November. 

Jones — Fifth Monday after the fourth Monday in March 
and September, and on the last Monday in January 
and July. 
•Jackson — Fourth Monday in April, July, September and 
December. 

Lenoir — First Monday in January and July, and third 
Monday in March and September. 

Lincoln— Fifth Monday after the fourth Monday in March, 
June, September and December. 

Martin — Second Monday in January, April, July and Oc- 
tober. 

McDowell — Third Monday in March, June, September and 
December. 

Mecklenburg — Second Monday in January, April, July and 
October. 

.Montgomery — First Monday in January, April, July and 
October. 

Moore — Fourth Monday in January, April, July and Oc- 
tober. 

Macon — Third Monday in April, July, September and De- 
cember. 

.Madison — Fourth Monday after the fourth Monday in April 
July, September and December. 

Mitchell — Fourth Monday in March, June, September and 
December. 

Nash — Second Monday in February, May, August and No- 
vember. • 

N^ew Hanover — Second Monday in March, June, Sejitember 

and December. 
• ^Northampton — First* Monday in March, June, September 
and December. 

iOnslow — First Monday in March, June, September :and 
December. 



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118 

Orange — Fourth Monday in February, May, August and 
Nbvember. 

P.isquotank — First Monday in March, June, September and 
December. 

Perquimans — Second Monday in February, May, August 
and November. 

Person — Third Monday in March, June, September and 
December. 

Pitt — First Monday in February, May, August and No- 
vember. 

Poll^ — First Monday in March, June, September and De- 
cern be b. 

Randolph — First Monday in February, May, August and 
November. 

Richmond — Third Monday in January, April, July and Oc- 
tober. 

Rowan — First Monday in February, May, August and No- 
vember. 

Robeson — Fourth Monday in February, May, August and 
November. 

Rockingham — Fourth Monday in February, May, August 
and November. 

Rutherford — Second Monday in April, July, October and 
January. 

Sampson — -Third Monday in February, May, August and 
November. 

Stokes — Third Monday in March, June, September and Da- 
ce uiber. 

Surry — Second Monday in February, May, ,August and No- 
vember. 

Stanley — Third Monday in February, May, August and 
November. 

Tyrrell — Fourth Monday in January, April, July and Oc- 
tober. 

Transylvania — Second Monday after the fourth Monday in 
A.pril, July, September and December. 

Union — First Monday in January, April, July and Octo- 
ber. ^ 

Wake — Third Monday in February, May, August and No- 
vember. 

Warren — Fourth Monday in February, May, August and 
November. 

Washington — Third Monday in February, May, August 
and November. 



Sell Biographies.. 

119 

Watauga — KSecond Monday after the. fourth Monday in 
March, June, September and December. 

Wayne — Third Monday in Febnrary, May, August and No- 
vember. 

"Wilkes — First Monday in February, May, August and No- 
vember. 

Wilson — Fourth Monday in January, April, July and Oc- 
tober. 

Yadkin — First Monday in January, April, July and Octo- 
ber. 

Xancey — Fifth Monday after the fourth Monday in April, 
July, September and December. 



PUBLIC WORKS AND INSTITUTIONS 
JN NORTH CAROLINA. 

The Branch Mint of the United States is located in Char- 
lotte, in Mecklenburg county, in this State. This estab- 
lishment was authorized by an act of Congress, passed lid 
March, 1835. 

The Officers are as follows: 

, Superintendent and Acting Treasurer ; 

Dr. John H. Gibbons, Assayer, Melter and Kefiner; 

Chief Coiner: , Clerk. 



The University of North Carolina, situated at Chapel 
Hill, Orange county, twenty eight miles W. N. W. from 
Ealeigh. Hon. David L Swain, President. 

The N. C. Institution for the education of the Deaf and 
Dumb and the Blind, is located at Ealeigh. 

Board of Directors — Dr. William H. McKee, President ; 
Samuel PL Young, Treasurer; Messrs. W. W. Vass, Quent. 
Busbee, John C. Palmer, John K. Williams and Rufus S. 
Tucker. 

The Officers of the Institution are: 

Willie J. Palmer, A. M., Principal; James M. Leach, 
Vice Principal and Steward ; W. J. Young, Teacher in 
Blind Department ; John Simpson and Miss N. J. Dupree, 
Assistant Teachers in Blind Department ; Mrs. S. K. Young, 
Teacher of Music; C. M. Grow and Mrs. L. E. Grow, 



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Teachers in Deaf Mute Department ; Miss Kate H. Eice, 
Housekeeper ; Mrs. "E. A. Gorman Matron. 

Mechanical Deijartment — J. J. Cliaplin, Foreman in Book 
Bindery and Broom Sliop ; , Foreman in Print- 
ing Office ; ■ , Foreman in Shoe Shop. 

About 100 pupils can he accommodated. All who are un- 
.able to defray the expenses of an education, are educated at 
the expense of the counties in which they reside. 

The course of instruction includes eight years. 

Insane Asylum of North Carolina, situated in the vicinity 
of Kaleigh, will accommodate 250 patients ; present num- 
ber 154. 

Dr. E. C. Fisher, Superintendent ; Dr. F. T. Fuller, As- 
sistant Physician ; Mr. J. H. Moore_, Steward ; Mrs. Kate 
Dun lop, Matron. 

Board of Supervisors — His Excellency, Jonathan Worth, 
Chairman ; Hon. Thos. Bragg, Greo. W. Mordecai, T. H. 
Selby, Chas. Dewy, Esqs., and Charles E. Johnson, M. D., 
Wm. E. Anderson, Treasurer of Board. 

All indigent insane persons entitled to be received, and 
treated, and taken care of at the public charge. Paying 
patients are also received from this and other S bates. For 
proper form to be observed m sending indigent insane to 
Asylum, see Kevised Statutes, chapter on Asylums. 



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Keep Bare Books. 

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BANKS m NORTH CAROLINA. 

BANK OF NORTH CAROLINA. 
Capital, $2,500,000. 

Principal Bank at Raleigh. 

Geo. W. Mordecai, President ; Chas. Dewey, Cashier. 

Brancliat Charlotte — Thomas W. Pewey, Cashier. 
All other branches of this Bank have been discontinued. 

BANK OF CAPE FEAR. 
Capital, $1,591,900. 

Principal Bank at Wilmington. 
William A. Wright, President; J. Gr. Burr, Cashier. 

Branch at Fayetteville. 

Chas. T. Haigh, President ; A. McLean, Cashier. 
BroMcli at Salisbury — -D. A. Davis, Cashier. 
Branch at Raleigh — W, H. Jones, Cashier. 
Branch at Salem — I. G. Lash, Cashier. 
Branch at Greensboro' — Jesse H. Lindsay, Cashier. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NORTH CAROLINA, 
CHARLOTTE. 

John Wilkes, President ; T. W. Dewey, Cashier ; S. L. 
Riddle, Teller. 

RALEIGH NATIONAL BANK— RALEIGH. 

R. W. PuUiam, President ; Wm. B. Gulick, Cashier ; 
C. J. Iredell, Teller. 



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122 

N. c. represp:ntation in con- 
gress, 1866. 

SENATE. 
Win. A. Graham, of Orange ; John Jpool, of Bertie. 
HOUSE OF EEPRESENTATIYES. 

First District — Currituck, Camden, Pasquotank, Perqui- 
mans, G-ates, Chowan, Hertford, Northampton, lialifax, 
Martin, Bertie, Washino-ton, Tyrrell, Hyde and Beaufort — 
Jesse R. Stubbs, of Martin. 

Second District — Pitt, Craven, Jones, Lenoir, Wayne, 
Greene, Edgecombe, Wilson, Onslow, Carteret, Duplin and 
New Hanover — .Charles C. Clark, of Craven. 

Thir '■ District — Brunswick, Columbus, Bladen, Sampson, 
Cumberland, Robeson, Richmond, Harnett, Moore, Mont- 
gomery, Anson and Stanly — Thomas C. Fuller, of Cumber- 
land. 

Fourth District— V/ake, Franklin, Warren, Granville, 
Orange, Nash, Johnston and Chatham — Josiah Turner, Jr., 
of Orange. 

Fifth District — Alamance, Randolph, Guilford, Rock- 
ingham, Davidson, Forsyth, Stokes, Surry, Person and Cas- 
vv'ell — Lewis Hanes, of Davidson. 

Sixth District — -Rowan, Cabarrus-, Union, Mecklenburg, 
Gaston, Lincoln, Catawba, L'edell, Davie, Yadkin, Wilkes 
and Alexander — Samuel H. Walkup, of Union. 

Seventh District — Ashe, Alleghany, Watauga, Yancey, 
Mitchell, McDowell, Burke, Caldwell, Rutherford, Cleave- 
land, Polk, Hendei-son, Transylvania, Buncombe, Madison, 
Haywood, Jackson, Macon, Cherokee and Clay — A. H. Jones, 
oi" H.enderson. 



Publishers of Mary Barker, 
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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

The 20th Presidential terra of four years since the estab- 
lishment of the Grovernment of tlie United States, nndfi^r the 
Constitution, hegan on the 5th day of March, 1866, and will 
expire on the 4th day of March, 1869. 

ANDREW JOHNSON, of Tennessee, President, 

salary, $25,000 00 

THB CABINET. 

William H. Seward, of New York, Secretary of 

State, $8,000 00 

Hugh McCulloch, of Illinois, Secretary of the 

Treasury, 8,000 00 

Edwin M. Stanton, of Pennsylvania, Secretary 

of AYar, 8,000 00 

■Gideon Welles, of Connecticut, Secretary of the 

Navy, 8,000 00 

Oliver H. Browning, of Indiana, Secretary of 

the Interior, 8,000 GO 

A. W. Randall, of Wisconsin, Post Master Gen- 
eral, 8,000 00 

A. H. Stanshury, of Ohio, Attorney General, 8,000 00 



SCALE OE DEPRECIATION. 

A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO ESTABLISH 
A. SCALE OF DEPRECIATION OF CONFEDERATE 
CURRENCY. 

Whereas, By an ordinance of the Convention, entitled 
" An Ordinance declaring what laws and ordinances are in 
force, and for other purposes," ratified on the 18th day of 
October, A. D., 1865, it is made the duty of the General 
Assembly to provide a scale of depreciation of the Confede- 
rate Currency from the time of its first issue to the end of 
the war , and it is further therein declared that " all exew- 



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124 

ntory contracts, solvable in money, whetlier under seal or 
not, made after tlie depreciation of said currency before the 
1st of May, 1865, and unfilled (except official bonds and 
penal bonds payable to the State) shall be deemed to have 
been made with the understanding that they were solvable 
in money of the said currency," subject, nevertheless, to 
evidence of diflerent intent of the parties to the contract ; 
therefore. 

Be it enacted hy the General Assembly of the State of North 
Carolina, and it is hereby enactedhy the authority of the same, 
That the following scale of depreciation be and the same is 
hereby adopted and established as the measure of value of 
one gold dollar in Confederate currency, for each month, 
and the fractional parts of the month of December, 1864, 
from the 1st day of November, 1861. to the 1st day of May, 
3 865, to v\^it : 

SCLLB OF DEPRECIATION OF CONFEDERATE CURRENCY, THE GOLD DOLLAR 
BEING THE UNIT AND MEASURE OF VALUE, FROM NOVEMBER IST, 

1861, TO MAY 1st, 1865: 



Months. 



January, 

February, 

March,.'. 

April , 

May, 

June, 

July, 

August, 

September, 

October, 

Navember, 

December, 

December 1st to 10th inclusive, 

10th to 20th, 

" 1st to 31st, 



1861. 



M 10 
1 15 



1862. 



20 
30 
50 

50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
00 
00 
50 
50 



1863. 



3 00 

3 00 

4 00 

5 00 
5 5C 



6 50 

9 00 

14 00 

14 00 

14 00 

15 00 
20 00 



1864. 1865 



^21 00 
21 00 
23 00 

20 00 
19 00 
18 00 

21 00 
23 00 

25 00 

26 00 
30 00 



35 00 

42 00 
49 00 



$50 00 
50 00 
60 00 

100 00 



And, Whereas, many grave and difficult disputes may 
arise between executors, administrators, guardians and trus- 
tees, and their legatees, distributees, wards and cestuysque 
trust, in the settlement of their accounts and trust, arising 
from the depreciation of Confederate currency, State Treas- 



Keep Fine Engravings. 

125 

ary notes and Bank notes, incident to and growing out of 
the late war ; and that law suits and expensive litigation 
may be obviated ; 

Be it further enacted, That in all such cases the parties 
are hereby empowered to form a full and perfect statement 
of the case on both sides, which case shall be committed to 
the determination of one of the Judges of the Superior Courts, 
chosen by the parties, who is hereby authorized to consider 
and determine the same, according to equity and good con- 
science : Provided, hoivever, That no part of this section 
shall be construed to estop or hinder any person from pro- 
ceeding in the usual course of law, if he shall deem the same 
necessary. 

A true copy. J. A. ENGELHABD, 

Clerk of Senate, 



DurrY's 



FOR THE CURE OF 



There is no disease to which the human body is liable, so 
universal, so dreaded, or so generally fatal, as fever ; it ap- 
pears in different countries and climates, under different 
types and characters. In this country, where its annual 
retui-n is looked for with anxiety and apprehension, it usu- 
ally assumes the bilious type. 

Another species of fever prevalent here, and which, it 
may be said, never leaves or subsides altogether, is the Au- 
tumnal Intermittent, or '^ Ague and Fever," which, if not 
so fatal, yet is veiy distressing. Its characters, effects, and 
consequences, are peculiar : to a diminished energy of the 
nervous system are to be ascribed the languor, lassitude, 
and general prostration which characterizes its invasion ; to 
which might be added the derangement of the mixed func- 
tions of the liver, stomach, and intestinal canal. It is, 
therelbre, quite manifest — in fact, it is well known, that 
Ague and Fever lay the basis of consumption of the lungs, 
chronic affection of the liver and spleen, dyspepsia, and not 
unfreqdently dropsy ; and when once this state of the vis- 
cera becomes estaldished, there is a constant tendency to re- 
lapse, even from slight causes, and when thus complicated 
with those constitutional diseases, their treatment and cure 
becomes moie difficult. 

Common sense teaches that the cure of Ague and Fever 
consists in shortening the duration of the paroxysm, and 
preventing its return. The first is to be accomplished by 
depleting the bowels, relaxing the skin, &c.; the second, by 
the prompt application of such medicines as are calculated 
to restore the deranged functions, and give healthy tone to 
the nervous system. 

The TONIC MIXTURE now offered, possesses all the 
qualities requisite to effect the second indication. The first 



dose generally cliecks the disease, and one iDottle never fails 
to effect a cure : a healthy reaction takes place, the appe- 
tite is restored, the system becomes invigorated, and the 
patient begins to feel surprised at the rapid transition from 
a state of morbid suffering, to that of progressive recovery. 
These effects have been experienced by all who have used it, 
which could be shown by numerous testimonials, but the 
subjoined, from persons of known veracity, character, and 
respectability, are considered snfiicient. 

CH[A_S. DU"PFY, M:, D. 

'N"ewl;)©rn. N. C. 



Onslow Co., January 13, 183T. 
Sir : — I will certify to you that I had a case of Intermit- 
tent Fever in my family, (a little son of ten months old) 
and tried all the ordinary remedies to arrest it, but in vain. 
1 was recommended to try your Tonic Mixture ; accordingly 
I obtained some, and, to my astonishment, the first dose so 
checked it, that no chill and but a slight fever followed. I 
continued the medicine agreeable to the directions a few 
times, and it returned no more. The child is now in fine 
health. I also used it in two other cases in the neighborhood 
with equal success. lam induced to believe, if the Tonic 
Mixture is timely used, agreeably to the accompanying di- 
rections, that it comes the nearest to being a specific for the 
disease of 'anything I have ever known or seen administered. 

DAA^D WARD. 

Newbern, June 24, 1837. 
Dr. Duffy — Sir : I take this method of informing you 
that my wife and daughter have tried your Tonic Mixture, 
and it surpassed their most sanguine expectation. My 
daughter had been af&icted with Ague and Fever about 
two years, during which time she had the most severe sha- 
king agues, but was perfectly cured in a few days by the 
use of your Mixture. They do, therefore, with the greatest 
confidence, recommend it to all who are distressed with the 
same disease, as a sovereign remedy. 

JOHN GILL. 



Cranesville, Craven county, ) 
Core Creek, July 1, 1837. \ 
Dr. DuPFY-^Sir : I certify that my daughter was ill for 
near twelve months, with Ague and Fever^ and she was 



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perfectly cured by taking part of a bottle of your Tonic 
Mixture, and that the remainder of the bottle cured the 
child of a neighbor and friend, to whom I gave it. 

WILLIAM HOLLAND. 



Xewbern, July 1, 1837. 
Dear Sir : — I have used your Tonic Mixture in my fam- 
ily and in my establishment, and I have found it to be the 
best medicine I ever tried for the cure of Ague and Fever. 

ELI SMALL WOOD. 
Dk. Duffy. 



Eaglefield^ Craven county, July 1st, 1837. 
I certify that I have used Dr. Duffy's Tonic Mixture with 
success, and find it more efficacious, as a cure for Ague and 
Fever^ than any medicine I have heretofore tried. 

JOHN M. LEY AN. 
Dr. Dufft. 



Newberx, July 6, 1837. 
Sir : I have received complete relief from a severe and 
obstinate Jattack of Ague and Fever, by taking one bottle 
of your Tonic Mixture, and can recommend it as the best 
medicine I ever took for the disease. 

WILLIA3I J. WILLIAMS. 
Dr. Duffy. 



Dr. Duffy — Dear Sir : As the season is approaching, du- 
ring which the people of this section of country are, to a 
great extent, afiiicted with Ague and Fever, and as many 
persons in both town and country are in the habit of treat- 
ing this disease without medical advice, I have thought it 
would be acceptable to you to have additional testimony 
in regard to the Tonic Mixture prepared by yourself for the 
disease named. The article prepared by you, being made 
from the prescription of a regular physician of great expe- 
rience, and being designed for the cure of a particular dis- 
ease, cannot, I think, be classed with the generality of pa- 
tent medicines, many of which are prepared by unprofes- 
sional men, and profess to cure any and every disease, how- 
ever opposite and diverse they may be in character. From 
what 1 have seen of your Tonic, and the general knowledge 
which I have derived from you of its ingredients, together 
with the great reputation which it possesses in those sec- 
tions where it has been extensively used, I have no hesita- 
tion in giving it as my opinion that it is equal, if not su- 



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perior, to any tonic preparation now in use for tlie cure of 
Ague and Fever. Yours, &c., 

G. H. TAYLOK, M. D. 
N.ewbern,..May 27, 1842. 



MiDDLETON, N. C, T)ec. 29, 1858. 
K. N. Duffy — Dear Sir: Enclosed 1 send you certificates 
testifying totlie great success of Duffy's Tonic Mixture in 
the cure of Ague and Fever. Out of 4 dozen that I have 
sold, I have never heard any speak of it in any other than 
the highest terms. 

There are many others here ready to testify to the great 
henefit derived from the use of this invaluable medicine, 
but thinking the number I sent you will be as many S,s you 
desire from our locality, 1 have not procured them. 
Very respectfully, 

ISRAEL B. WATSON. 



MiDDLETOX, Hyde County, N. C. 
Dr. Dufpy — Dear Sir : During the joast fall I had occa- 
sion to use your Tonic Mixture in eight cases of Fever and 
Ague, (and some of them very stubborn ones,) I found it a 
certain cure in every case, and feel warranted in saying it is 
undoubtedly the best medicine for this miserable disease, 
that I have ever seen or used. Hoping you will keep an 
agency here all the while for its sale, so that we can get it 
when needed, I subscribe myself. 
Yours truly, 

, WM G-. THOMi?SON.- 
Dec 30, 1858. 



Hyde County, N. C. Oct. 11, 1859.. 
Mr. J. B. Watson — Dear Sir: You will ple!S9' r-^nd me 
two more bo'ttles of Dr. Duffy's Tonic Mi-Ktiire. The first 
bottle I purchased from: you- gave entiie satisfaction, not 
only witii myself, hnt several of my neighbors^ who were 
troubled with the Chills and Fevers. I believe it is the 
best Ague and Fever medicine ever offered to the public. 
V Yours, trulv, 

EDW. L. BLACKWELL. 

KiNSTON, Lenoir county, March 31, 1859. 
I certify that I have used Dr. Duffy's Tonic Mixture in 
my family with success, and that my little daughter was 
cured of Chills and Fever by the use of the mixture, and 
that I am satisfied beyond doubt that it is an excellent med- 
icine for Ague and Fever. R. W. KING-. 

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Bay River, Craven Co., K C, April 4, 1859. 
Pr. DuFFy — Dear Sir: I have used your Tonic Mixture 
in my family, and found it to be the best medicine I ever 
tried for Ague and Fever. 

Respectfully yours, 

JOHN E. M'COTLER, 



Bat Eiver. Craven Co., N C, April 10, 1859. 
Dr. Duffy — -Dear Sir: 1 do not think there has been a 
medicine offered for sale in this community which has given 
more general satisfaction than your Tonic Mixture. All 
who have tried it art' well pleased with its effect, and I do 
not hesitate to say that it has saved the people here many a 
dollar that would have been spent in doctor's bills. I have 
had some .'^ickness in my family, and have had better success 
by the use ot your Tonic Mixture, and much less expense 
than many who have called in doctors, I believe it to be a 
great medicine for what it is recommended. 
Rospecti'ully yours, 

F. E. ALFRED. 



Bay Riv::r, Craven Co., N. C, April 12, 1859. 
Dr. Duffy — Dear Sir : I have used your Tonic Mixture 
for the cure of Ague and Fever with success in my family, 
and have found it to be more efficacious, as a cure, than any 
medicine I ever used. I think it needs no recommendation ; 
give it only a fair trial, and it will speak for itself 

Kespectfully yours, 

SETH MUSE. 



Bay River, Craven Co., N. c., April 12, 1859. 
Dr. Dufjy — Dear Sir : I am highly pleased with your 
■^^aluable Tonic Mixture for what it is recommended ; and 
from personal experience, I have found it most admirably 
adajited to the disease of our climate. I wish to keep a 
supply of it constantly in my family. 

Respectfully yours, 

H. H. MUSE. 



Rutherfobdton, N. C, Nov. 4, 1865. 
Having contracted, while in the service, in the summer 
of '64^ Fever and Ague, which preyed vigorously upon ray 
system until the middle of fall, at which time I effected a 
partial cuj-e, shortly afterwards I received a serious wound, 
and returned home and spent the winter, and when spring 
opened the disease returned again more obstinately than 
,^ver. 'Many remedies were prescribed, oi which I availed 



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myself freoly to apply ; but all failed to effect a permanent 
€ure. Finally, I was recommended by a kind friend to use 
Duffy's Tonic Mixture, which acted like a charm, and soon 
I was relieved of the loathsome disease ; therefore, I recom- 
mend to all who may thus be afflicted, to make speedy ap- 
plication to this most efficacious remedy. 

Very Respectfully, 

J. W. DAVIS. 



DIRECTIOISrS. 

Two large tablespoonfuls or half a wine glassful, to be 
taken at the subs^idence of the fever, and repeated every 
fourth hour. On the succeeding days to be taken an hour 
before breakfast, two hours beibre dinner, and about 4 o'clock 
in the afternoon. 

For persons between ten and fifteen years old, the dose is 
•a table spoonful. For those between five and ten, a desert 
spoonful ; those under that age, a teaspoonful. 

Freedom of the bowels is in -all cases a primary object. 
Any interruption in the intestinal fnnctions should there- 
fore be previously attended to, for which purpose 

DR. DUFFY'S ANTI-BILLIOUS PILT.S 
are recommended, and wilt' be found an effectual remedy. 
J|@^ Prepared and sold, M^holesale and retail, by 

F. S. DUFFY, Newbern,']Sr. C, 

and R. N. DUFFY, Beaufort, N. G., 

Successors to Dr. C. Duffy, Newborn, N. C. 



AG-ENTS. 

John A. Gallagher, Druggist, V\^ashington, N. C. 
F. E. Alfred, Bay, River, Craven county, " 

D. H. Brinson, Goose Creek, Craven county, " 
R. W. King, Kinston, Lenoir county, " 

B. R. Henderson, Hendersonville, Onslow co., '^ 
Wooten & Taylor, Catharine Lake, " 

Edward Armstrong, Hallsville, Duplin co., '' 
Wm. Sadler, Fairfield, Hyde county, '^ 

Allen Davis, Beaufort, Carteret county, '^ 

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THE STAMP ACT. 

ONE OF THE TAX LAWS OF'CTHE U. STATES. 

Acknowledgment of deeds, Exempt 

Affidavit, 5 cents 

(in suit or legal proceedings,) Exempt 

Agreement or Appraisement, for each sheet or piece 
of paper, on which the same iswritten, 5 cents 

Assignment or Transfers, of Mortgage, lease or 
jDolicy of insurance, the same duty as on the orig- 
inal instrument of patent right, 5 cents 

Bank Checks, Drafts or Orders, &c., at sight, or on 

demand, 2 cents 

Bills of Exchange, Inland drafts or order payable 
otherwise than at sight or on demand, and any 
promissory note whatever, payable on demand or 
at a time designated [except bank notes issued 
for circulation, and checks made and intended to 
be, and which shall be, forthwith presented for 
payment] for a sum not exceeding |100, 5 cents 

For eveiy additional $100 or fractional part thereof, 5 cents 

Bills of Lading vessels for the ports of the United 

States or British North America, Exempt 

On receipt of goods on any foreign ports, JO cents 

Bills of Sale of any vessel, or part thereof, when the 

consideration does not exceed |500, 50 cents 

Exceeding $500 and not exceeding $1,000, $1 00 

Exceeding one thousand dollars for each five hun- 
dred dollars fractional jjart thereof, 50 cents 

Of personal property, other than ship or vessel 
Bond personal, for payment of money (see mort- 
gage)— Official, $1 00 

For indemnifying any person for the payment of 
any sum of money, where the monej^ ultimately 
recoverable thereupon is one thousnd dollars or 
less, 50 cents 

Where the money recoverable exceeds one thousand 
dollars for ever}^ additional one thousand dollars 
or fractional part thereof, 50 cents 

Bonds, county, city and town bonds, railroads and 
other corporation bonds and script, are subject 
to stamp duty. (See mortgage.) Of any de- 
scription, other than such as are required in legal 
proceedings, and such as are nototherwise charged «. 
Am this -schedule, 25 cents 



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Certificates of deposit in bank, sum not exceeding 

one hundred dollars, 2 cents 

Of deposit in bank^ sum exceeding one hundred 

dollars, 5 cents 

Of stock in an incorporated company, 25 cents 

^Fcneral, 5 cents 

Of a qualification of a Justice of the Peace, Com- 
missioner of deeds or Notary public, 5 cents 
Of search of records, 5 cents 
That certain papers are on file, 5 cents 
That certain papers cannot be found, 5 cents 
Of redemption of land sold for taxes, 5 cents 
Of birth, marriage and death, 5 cents 
Of qualification of school teachers, 5 cents 
Of profits of an incorporated company, for a sum 
not less than ten dollars and not exceeding fifty 
dollars, 10 cents- 
Exceeding fifty dollars and not exceeding one 

thousand dollars^ 25 cents 

Exceeding one thousand dollars, for every addi- 
tional one thousand, or fractional part thereof, 25 cents 
Of damage or otherwise, and all other certificates 
or documents issued by any port warden, ma- 
rine surveyor, or other person acting as such, 25 cents- 
Certified Transcript of judgments, satisfaction of 

judgments and of all papers recorded or on file, 5 cents- 
Check Draft or Order for the payment of any sum 
of money exceeding $10, drawn upon any person 
or other than a bank,, banker or trust company, 
at sight or on demand, 2 cents 

Contract (See Agreement Brokers,) 10 cents 

Conveyance deed, instrument of writing, whereby 
lands, tenements, or other reality sold shall be 
convev ed^ the actual value which does not exceed 
|500, 50 cents 

Exceeding $500, and not exceeding $1000, $1 OO"""" 

For every additional five hundred dollars, or frac- 
tional paj't thereof, in excess of one thousand 
dollars, 50 cents 

Entry of any goods, wares or merchandise at any 
custom house, not exceeding one hundred dol- 
lars in value, 25 cents 
Exceeding one hundred dollars and not exceeding 

five hundred dollars in value, 50 cents 

Exceeding five hundred dollars in value, $1 00 

For the withdrawal of any goods or merchandise 

from bonded warehouse, 50 cents 



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Guager's return if for quantit}r not exceeding, five 

hundred gallons gross, 10 cents 

Exceeding 500 gallons, 2G cents 

l*ower of Attorney tosell or transfer stock, or col- 
lect' dividends thereon, 25 cents 

To vote at an election if an incorporated company, 10 cents 

To receive or collect rents, 25 cents 

To sell, or convey, or rent, or lease real estate, $\ 00 

For any other purpose, 50 cents 

Probate of will or letters of administration, where 
the value of both real and personal estate does 
not exceed $2,000, $1 00 

For every additional $2,000 or fractional part 

thereof, in excess of |2,000, 50 cents 

Bonds of executor, administrators, guardians and 

trustees, are ea^h subjected to a stamp duty of $1 00 

Protest upon bill, note, check or draft, 25 cents 

Promissory JSTote, (See Bills of Exchange, inland,) 
Renewal of, subject to same duty as an original 
note, 

receipt for the payment of any sum of money, or 
debt due, exceeding twenty dollars, or for the de- 
livery of any property, 2 cents 

Trust Deed made to secure a debt to be stamped 
as a mortgage conveying estate to uses, to be 
stamped as conveyances. 

Warehouse Receipt for any goods, wares or mer- 
chandize not otherwise provided for, deposited or 
.stored in any public or private warehouse not 
exceeding five hundred dollars in value, 10 cents 

Exceeding five hundred and not exceeding one 

thousand dollars, 20 cents 

Exceeding ] ,000 dollars, for every additional 1,000 
dollars or fractional part thereof, in excess of 
$1,000, 10 cents 

For any goods, etc., not otherwise jirovided for, 
stoi'ed or deposited in any public or private ware- 
house or yai'd, 25 cents 

Writs or Legal Documents, writs or other legal 
process, by which any suit is commenced in any 
court of record, either of law or equity, 50 cents 

Writ or original process issued by a court not of 
recoi'd, where the amount claimed is 100 dollars 
or over, 50 cents 

Upon every confession of judgment or cognovit for 
I'OO dollars or over, except in cases where the tax 
for a> writ has been paid, 50 cents 



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Writ or other process, appeals from justices courts, 
or other courts of inferior jurisdiction, to a 
court of record, , 50 cents 

Warrants of distress,- when the amount of rent 

claimed does not exceed lOf^ dollars, 25 cents 

When the amount exceeds 100 dollars, 50 cents 

Insurance, Marine, Inland and Fire. Where the 
consideratioa paid for the insurance, in cash, 
premium notes, or both., does not exceed 10 dol- 
lars, 10 cents 
Exceeding ten dollars, and not exceeding fifty, 50 cents 
Insurance, Life, when the amount insured does not 

exceed 1,000 dollars, 25 cents 

Exceeding 1,000 and not exceeding 5,000 dollars, 50 cents 
Exceeding 5,000 dollars, $1 00 

Lease or lease of lands or tenements where the 

rents does not exceed 300 dollars per annum, 50 cents 
Exceeding 800 dollars, for each additional 200 dol- 
lars, or fractional part thereof, in excess of 300 
dollars, 50 cents 

Perpetual, subject to stamp duty as a "conveyance." 
Clause of guaranty of payment of rent incorpora- 
ted or indorsed, five cents additional. 
Measurers' Return, if for quantity not exceeding 

1,000 bushels, "^ 10 cents 

Exceeding 1,000 bushels, 25 cents 

Mortgage, trust deed, bill of sales, or personal 
bond for the payment of money exceeding 100 
and not exceeding 500 dollars, 50 cents 

Exceeding 500 dollars for every additional 500, or 

fractional' part thereof, in excess of 500, 50 cents 

Pawner's Checks, 5 cents 

Passage Ticket from the United States to any for- 
eign port, costing not more than 35 dollars, 50 cents 
Costing more than 35, and not exceeding 50, 1 00 
For every additional fifty or fractional part thereof, 

in excess of 50 dollars, 1 00 

GENERAL REMARKS. 

Revenue Stamps may be used indiscriminately upon any 
of the matters or things enumerated in schedule B, except 
proprietary and playing card stamps, for which a special 
use has been provided. 

Postage stamps cannot be used in payment of the duty 
chargeable on instruments. 

It is the duty of the maker of an instrument to affix and 



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cancel the stamp thereon. If he neglects to do so, the 
party for whom it is made, may stamp it before it is used ; 
and if used after the 30th of July, 1864, and used Avithout 
a stamp, it cannot afterwards be effectually stamped. Any 
iailure upon the part of the makev of an instrument to ap- 
propriately stamp it, renders him liable to a penalty of two 
hundred dollars. 

Suits are commenced in ma,ny States by other process than 
writ_, viz: summons, warrants, publication, petition, &c.,in 
which case these, as the original process, severally require 
stamps. 

Writs of scira facias are subject to stamp duty as original 
processes. 

The jurat of an affidavit, taken before a Justice of the 
Peace, is'otary Public, or other officer duly authorized to 
take affidavits, is held to be a certificate, and is subject to a 
stamp duty of five cents, except when taken in suits of 
legal proceedings. 

Certificates of loan in v/hich there shall appear any prin- 
ted or written evidence of an amount of money to be paid 
on demand or at any time designated, are subject to stamp 
duty as Promisory Notes. 

The assignment of a mortgage is subject to the same duty 
as that imposed upon the original instrument ; that is to 
say for every sum of five hundred doihirs, or any fractional 
part thereof, of the amount secured by the mortgage, at 
time of its assignment there must be affixed a stamp or 
stamps, denoting a duty of five cents. 

When two or more persons join in the execution of an 
instrument, the stamps to which this instrument is liable 
under the law, may be affixed and cancelled by one of the 
parties. 

In conveyance of real estate, the law provides that the 
stamp affixed must answer to the value of the estate on in- 
terest conveyed. 

No stamp is required on any warrant of attorney accom- 
panying a bond or note, when such bond or note has affixed 
thereto the stamp or stamps denoting the duty required, 
and whenever any bond or note is secured by mortgage, 
but one stamp duty is required on such papers, such stamp 
duty being the highest rates required for such instruments, 
or either of them. In such a case a note or memorandum 
of the value or denomination of the stamp affixed should 
be made upon the margin or in the acknowledgement of the 
instrument which is not stamped. 



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JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT. 

The Judges of the Supreme Court of the United States 
are as follows : 

Mr. Chief Justice Chase, of Ohio. 

Mr. Justice Wayne, Georgia. 

Mr. Justice Nelson, New York. 

Mr.. Justice Grier^ Pennsylvania. 

Mr. Justice Clifford, Maine. 

Mr. Justice Swayne, Ohio, 

Mr. Justice Miller, Iowa. 

Mr. Justice Davis, Illinois. 

Mr. Justice Field, California. 

Mr. Justice Stanshury, Ohio. 

Reporter, John W. Wallace, Ohio. 

Marshal, D. S Gooding. 

Clerk, D. W. Middleton. 

The Judge of the District Court of North Carolina is G. 
W. Brooks, District Attorney,, D. II. ;:^tarbuck. Marshal, 
Daniel R. Goodloe. 



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reat Short 

VIA 




AIsTD 



oute 




Cheapest and Most Comfortable Route 



TO THE 



Passengers by this line have the advantage of a Com- 
fortable Night's Rest on board these Steamers, and those 
having Through Tickets will be guaranteed State Rooms. 



THE ONLY LINE CARRYING THE 



Jl 



Adams and National Ex^^ress, and tlie OTily Line which connects by 



With tlie Seaboard and Roanoke Rail Road. 



Through Tickets and Baggage Checks to Weldon, 
and other Southern Points, can be obtained bv way of the 
Old Bay Line, ONLY. 

Jl|@°" One of these Steamers will leave Union Dock, Bal- 
timore, Daily, (Sunday Excepted,) at 41 P. M. 

1@°° Passengers and Baggage Transported Free between. 
R. R. Depots and these Steamers. 

Baltimore Steam Packet Co. 
E. G. GHIO, G-en. Agent Seaboard & Roanoke JR. R. 
HUGH 0'COl!^NOR, Passenger Agent. 



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P. A. WiLET, Jno. G. Williams, 

Fayettevi]le, N. C. Raleigh, N.C, 

P. A. WILEY & CO., 

B^ isr :k: I isro-, e x: o Pi ^ 3sr g-e 

AND 

{In the Building heretofore occupied by the "Sau/c of Feiyettcville.'") 

HAY STREET, 

FAYETTEVILLE, N. €. 



E HAVE established an office in Fayetteville, for the 
purpose of conducting a general 

IMIUM km iflOfCEHAGE BUSIMSS. 



We will buy and sell Gold and Silver Coin, Bullion, 
Exchange, Stocks, Bank Notes, &c.; will make collections 
in all parts of the country at the usual rates ; keep the 
accounts of Merchants and others who may deposit with us, 
and will give personal and faithful attention to all business 
entrusted to the House. 

The business will be conducted by P. A. WILEY, with 
the .assistance of W. -G. BROADPOOT, Esq., who has been 
long and favorably known as a Bank Officer. 

We will be pleased to receive your card or circular and 
quotations. 

.1®°^ REVENUE STAMPS always for sale. 



AVE REFER, TO 

I^ATioNAL Bank of the Republic, New York. 

Johnston Bros. & Co., Baltimore. 

X)rexejj.& Co., Philadelphia, 



UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA. 

LOCATED AT CHAPEL HILL, in Orange Co. 

FACULTY. 

Hon. D. L. Swain, L. L. D., President. 

Pev. James Phillips-, D. 1)., Professor of Mathematics. 

M. Fetter, A. M. " Greek. 

Rev. F. M. Hubbard, D. D., " Latin. 

Rev. Cha«. Phillips^ A. M., " Mathematics and 

Civil Engineering. 
Col. Wm. J. Martin; A. M., Prof. C&emistry. 
lev. A. D. Hepburn, A. M., Prof. Logic and Rhetoric. 
Rev. Solomon Pool, A. M., Adjunct Prof, of Mathematics.* 
Hildred Smith, A. M., Prof, of Modern Languages. 

EXECUTIVE COM. OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

His Excellency, Jonathan Worth, Chairman, ex officio. 

Hon Charles Manly, Secretary and Treasurer. 

B. F. Moore, Esq.' 

Hon. John H. Bryan. 

Hon. S. F. Phillips. 

Hon. Thomas Bragg. 

Kemp P. Battle. 

*Not at present actively connected with the University. 



board ok internal improve- 

mi^:nt.- 

His Excellency, Jonathan Worth,. President, ex officio. 
Patrick H. Winston, of Bertie. 
Dr. J. Gr. Ramsay, of Rowan. 
Wm. H. Bagley, Secretary. 



BOARD OF LITERATURE. 

His Excellency, Jonathan Worth, President, ex officio. 
Col. Stephen D. Pool, of Wayne. 
Nerus Mendenhall, of Q-uilford. 
Maj. Hiram W. Husted, of Wake. 
Wm. H. Bagley, Secretary. 



RAILROADS. 



WESTERN EAILROAB 
Extends from Fayetteville to Egypt 43 miles. 



OFFICERS. 



President — H. L. Mygrover. 

Siiperinteyident — L. C. Jones. 

Secretary and Treasurer — John M. Eose. 





DIRECTORS. 






A. A. Mclvethan, 


T. S. Lutterloh, 


JnoD. Williams. 


David McNeill, 


E. J. Lilly, 


A. 


, McLean. 


R. M. Orrell, 


J. C. Foe, 


B. 


L. Pemberton. 


Capital Stock, 
Bonded Debt, (due 


tlie State,) 




$330,000 
600,000 


Cost of Construction, 




850,000 


DEPOTS AND DISTANCES. 






From Fayetteville 


to Little River, 
Spout Spring, 
Swann's. 


8 

10 


12 miles. 
20 " 
30 '' 


H il 


Jonesboro, 


5 


35 " 


<C ll 


Egypt, 


8 


43 " 



THE N. C. CENTRAL RAILROAD 

Extends from Charlotte to Goldsboro, 223 miles, connec- 
ting at Charlotte with the Charlotte and South Carolina 
Railroad; at Salisbury with the Western North Carolina; 
at Greensboro with the Piedmont Railroad ; at Raleigh 
with the Raleigh and Gaston Railroad ; and the Chatham 
Railroad, (not yet completed,) and at Goldsboro with the 
Wilmington and Weldon, and the Atlantic and North Car- 
olina Railroad. 



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OFFrCEHS. 

President — Thomas Webb, Esq. 

Chief Engineer and Superintendent — E. Wilkes, Esq. 

Treasurer — P. B. Ruffin. 

Secretary — F. A. Stagg. 

DIRECTORS. 

On the part of the State. On the part qf the Stockholders 

Hon. Nathaniel Boyden, Thos. Webb. 

" Josiab Turner, Jr., J. L. Morehead. 

" John A. (iilmer, D. A. Davis. 

" Robt. Strange, G. W. Mordecai. 
John Berry, Esq. 
John A. Moore, Esg. 
B. B. Roberts, 
Wm. C. Means, " 

J. M. Coffin, Esq , State Proxy. 

Capital Stock, $ , of which the State owns, 

$3,000,000. 

STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 

From Charlotte to Ilarrisburg, 13 miles. 

From Plaii'isburg to Concord, 8 " 

From Concord to China Grove 13 '' 

From China Grove to Salisbury, 9 " 

From Salisbury to Holtsburg, 8 " 

From Holtsburg to Lexington, 9 ^' 

From Lexington to Thomasville, 11 " 

From Thomasville to High Point, 7 " 

From High Point to Jamestown, 5 " 

From Jamestown to Greensboro, 10 " 

From Greensboro to McLean's, 8 " 

From McLean's to Gibsonville, 7]] " 

From Gibsonville to Company Shops, 7 " 

From Company Shops to Graham, 2 " 

From Graham to Haw River, 2 " 

From Haw River to Mebane's, 6 " 

From Mebane's to Hillsboro, 10 " 

From Hillsboro to University Station, 5 " 

From University Station to Durham's 9 " 

From Durham's to Morrisville, 13 ^' 

From Morrisville to Raleigh, 12 " 

From Raleigh to Stallings, 15^ '' 

From Stallings to Smithfield, 12' " 

From Smithfield to Boon Hill, 10 '' 

From Boon Hill to Goldsboro, 15 " 

i 

Total number of miles, 223 



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WILMINGTON AND WELDON RAILROAD 

Extends from Wilmington, to "Weldon, 162 miles, and' 
connects at Wilming;:ton with the Wilmington and Man-- 
Chester, and the Wilmington,. Charlotte and Rutherford 
Railroads, at Groldsboro with the N. C. Central and the At- 
lantic and N. C. Railroads, and at Weldon with the Peters- 
burg and Boanoke, the Seaboard and Roanoke, and the 
Raleigh and Gaston Railroads, 



OFFICERS. 

President — Hon. R. R, Bridgers. 
.Engineer and Superintendent — S. L. Fremont. 
Secretary and Treasumr — John W. Thompson. 
General Ticket Agent and Clerk — Wm. M. Foisson. 
Master of Transportation — Wm. Smith. 
Gfeneral Frtight Agent- — Capt. G. L. Dudley. 
Master 3Iachinist — Capt. John H. Divine. 
Road Master — John Crone , 
Agent at Goldsboro — A. J. Galloway. 
Agent at Weldon — G. G. Lynch. 

STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 



rom Wilmin 


gton to 


North East, 


13 miles 


a a 


i i 


Marlboro, 


11 




a a 


ii 


Rocky Point, 


14 




a ic 


ii 


Asheboro, 


17 




a (e 


ii 


Burgaw, 


22 




a (( 


ii 


South Washington, 


29 




(,(.- u 


ii 


Leesburg, 


33 




u ■ a 


ii 


Teach ey's, 


38 




a a 


ii 


Magnolia, 


48 




i( (( 


ii 


Warsaw, 


55 




(i cc 


ii 


Faison's, 


63 




a (c ■ 


<.i 


Mt. Olive, 


70 




a i( • 


ii 


Dudley, 


75 




li ■ ii 


ii 


Goldsboro, 


84 




ii. a 


ii 


Nahunta, 


95 




li li 


ii 


Black Creek, 


102 




(( (( 


ii 


Wilson, 


108 




ii (I 


ii 


Joyner's, 


116: 




a ii 


ii 


Rocky Mount, 


125 




ii i( 


ii 


Battleboro, 


133 




ii ii 


ii 


Whitaker's, 


137 




ii ii 


ii 


Enfield, 


143 




a ii 


ii 


Halifax, 


153 




ii ii 


ii 


Weldon, 


162 





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EALEIGH AND QASTON RAILROAD 

Extends from Ealeigh to Weldon, 97 miles, and connects 
at Raleigh with the N. 0. Central Railroad, and at Weldon 
with the Petersburg and Roanoke ; the Seaboard and Roa- 
noke, and the Wilmington aod Weldon Railroads, 

OFFICERS. ' 

President — Dr. Wra. J. Hawkins. 

iLngineer and Superintendent — Gen. W. G. Lewis. 

Treasurer — Maj. W. W. Yass. 

Gen. Freight Agent — Col. C. B. Allen. 

Secretary — James M. Pool, Esq. 

General Ticket Agent Jones. 

Master Machinist — Albert Johnston. 
Road. Master — R. J. Aslie. 
Yard Master — Jeptha Horton. 

DIRECTORS. 

On part of the State, On part of the Stockholders. 

R. W. Lassiter, Esq., Geo. W. Mordecai, Esq. 

J. B. Littlejohn, Esq., Dr. Wni. J. Hawkins. 

George Little, " S. S. Royster, Esq. 

J. B. Batchelor, Esq. 
Joseph J. Davis, State Proxy. 

Authorized capital stock, $1,500,000. 

Owned by the State, ^ 682,000. 

" " Individuals, 737,500 

" As Reserved Stock, 80,000 



STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 



^Vom 


Raleigh to Mill Biook, 






Huntsville, 






Wake, 






Franklinton, 






Kittrell's, 






Henderson, 






Junction, 






Ridgeway, 






Warrenton, 






Macon, 






Littleton, 






Gaston, 






Weldon, 



6 miles. 

10 '' 

15 " 

27 '• 

36 '' 

43 " 

53 '^ 

66 '' 

61 '' 

65 " 

76 " 

85 " 

97 " 



10 



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ATLANTIC AND NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD 

Extends from Goldsboro, via Newbern to Morehead City, 
95 miles, and connects with the North Carolina Central, 
and the Wilmington and Weldon Railroads at Goldsboro, 
and with steamers to Northern cities at Newbern and More- 
head City. 

OFFICERS. 

President — John D. Whitford. 

Engineer and iSuperintendent — W. H. Harvey. 

Secretary and Tieasurer — W. P. Metts. 

DIRECTORS. 

On jJCirt of the State. On part of the stockholders. 

Council Best, Esq., John C. Washington. 

James M. Parrott, Esq., John D. Whitford, 

L. C. Desmond, Esq., Geo. Green. 

Hon. C. C. Clark, 
John D. Flanner, Esq., 
' Alonzo T. Jerkins, Esq., 
William Mnrdock, Esq., 
Isaac Ramsay, Esq. 

Wm. G. Morrissey, State Proxy. 
Capital stock |1, 600,000, of which the State owns two- 
thirds. 

STATIONS AND DISTANCES. 

From Morehead City to Newport, 10 miles. 

" Newport to Havelock, 8 " 

" Havelock to Croatan, 7 " 

" Croatan to Newbern, 11 " 

" Newbern to Tuscarora, 11 " 

"^ Tuscarora to Core Creek, 6 '' 

" Core Creek to Dover, 7 " 

" Dover to Kinston, 9 '' 

'^ Kinston to Falling Creek, 6 " 

" Falling Creek to Mosely Hall, 6 '' 

" Mosely Hall to Best, 5 '' 

" Best to Goldsboro, 9 ** 

Total number of miles, 95 



WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD 

Extends from Salisbury to Asheville — completed to Mor- 
ganton, — miles, and connects with the North Carolina 
Railroad at Salisbury. 

OFFICERS. 

Presidents. McD. Tate. 

Secretary and Treasurer — R. F. Simonton, 

Master Mechanic — E. H. Marsh. 

DIRECTORS. 

Ow part og the State, On part of the Stockholders. 

G. F. Davidson, Esq., N. W. Woodfin. 

A. M. Powell, " Hon. Z. B. Vance. 

S. McD. Tate, " Hugh Reynolds. 

A. M. Erwin, " Dr. J. C. McDowell. 

Hon. A. S. Merrimon. 
F. E. Shober^Fsq- 
Wm. F. Murphy, Esq. 
A. C. Cowles, Esq. 

0. Gr. Foard, Esq., State Proxy. 

At a late meeting of Directors, it was determined to go 
on immediately with the work on this Rol[,d to Asheville. 



ALBEMARLE AND CHESAPEAKE CANAJi COM- 
PANY. 

The canal extends from the Albemarle Sound in North 

Carolina to the Chesapeake bay in Virginia, and is 

miles long. 

Marshall Parks, of Norfolk, President. 

DIRECTORS. 

On part of the State. On part of the Stockholders. 

T. J. Jarvis, M. Courtwright, of Pa. 

D. D. Ferebee, J. M. Richmond, of N. Y. 

Lewis Thompson. A. J. White, " 

Thos. V. Webb, Va. 
L. H. Chandler, <' 
B. T. Simmons, N. C. 
Thomas Latham, State Pro: y. 



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CAPE FEAR AND DEEP PJVER NAVIGATION COM- 
PANY. 

This Company has not reoro^-anized since the close of the 
war, consequently no particulars are given. 



CAPE FEAR NAYIGATION COMPANY, 

W. N. Tillinghast, agent. Capital »toek, $89,000. This? 
work embraces the improvement in Cape Fear River from 
Wilmington to Fayetteville. 



PIEDMONT RA.ILROAD, 

Extends from Greensboro, N. C, to Danville, Va., con- 
necting with the North Carolina Central Raili'oad at Greens- 
boro, and with the Richmond and Danvilk? Railroad at 
Danville. It is 45 miles long, and is under the manage- 
ment of the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company. 



WILMINGTON CHARLOTTE & RUTHERFORD RAIL- 
ROAD. 

This work, not yet completed, is chartered from Wil- 
mingtoi^to Ruthertbrdton. The track is laid from Wil- 
mington to Rockingham, in Richmond county, about 100 
miles on the eastern division, and from Charlotte to Cher- 
ryville about 40 miles on the Western divisioD. 

OFFICERS. 

President — ^Robert H. Cowan. 

Swperintendent Eastern Division — Roger P. Atkinson. 

Superintendent Western Division — B. A. Guion. 

COMMISSIONERS OF THE SINKING FFND OF N. C. 

Hon. Thomas RuflSn, of Hillsboro', chairman. 

" Weldon N. Edwards, of Warren. 

'' D. L. Swain, of Chapel Hill, 
Quenteu Busbee, Secretary. 



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CHATHAM EAILROAD COMPANY. 

The Cbatham Railroad, not yet completed, extends from 
Raleigh to Gulph in Chatham county, 45 miles, and con- 
jiects with the North Carolina Central Railroad at Carey, 
near Raleigh, and at G-nlph with the Western Railroad 
from Fayetteville, and is designed to connect also with the 
Coalfields and Cheraw, S. C, Railroad, when completed. 
Capital stock, $1250,000. 

OFFICERS . 

President — Gen. W. R. Cox. 

Secretary and Treasurer — W. W. Yass, Esq, 

DIRECTORS, 

Gen. W. R. Cox. 

George W. Mordecai, Esq. 

Hon.' John M. Morehead.* 

Dr. W. J. Hawkins. 

W. H. Willard, Esq. 

Thomas Wehb, Esq. 

J. M. Heck, Esq. , 4^, 

* Deceased, 



MANCHESTER RAILROAD. 

This work extends from Wilmington, N. C, to Manches- 
ter, S. C, connecting with the Columbia and 8. C, the 
Camden and S. C, the North East and Cheraw, and the 
Darlington Railroads, in South Carolina, and with the Wil- 
mington and Weldon, and Wilmington, Charlotte and 
Rutherfordton Railroads in North Carolina. 

OFFICERS. 

President — Henry M. Drane. 
Swperintendent — Gen. Wm. McRae, 



DISMAL SWAMP CANAL 

Extends from Pasquotank river, through Dismal Swamp, 
to Deep Creek, a tributary of Elizabeth river, 22 miles, 0. 
Whittle, President. 



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CAPITAL STOCK. 



United States, $200,000 00» 

Virginia, 190,000 00 

Individuals, ■ 96,000 Oft 



Total, . $486,000 00 



ROANOKE KAYIGATION COMPANY. 

This corporation embraces improvements in Roanoke 
river from Clarksville to Weldon, 

President — William H. Wesson. 

Secretary — C. H. Cabaniss. 

State Director — Mumford S. McGee. 



CAPITAL STOCK. 

North Carolina, |50,0(i0 OO 

Virginia, 80,000 00 

Individuals, 282,000 00 



Total, $312,000 OO 



THE TARBORO BRANCH RAILROAD, 

Is an adjunct of the Wilmington nnd Weldon Railroad, 
from Rocky mount to Tarboro, 16 miles, and is under the 
control of that company. 



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NATIONAL BANKS. 

THE NATIONAL BANK OF NORTH CAROLINA, 
RALEIGH, N. C. 

United States Depository and Financial Agent. 

DIRECTORS. 

R. W. Pulliam, Prest. C. P. Mendenliall, 

G. W. Swepson, W. H. Willard. 

W. B. Gulick, Cashier. 

C. J. Iredell, Teller. 



CHARLOTTE NATIONAL BAI^K. 

T. W. Dewey, Cashier. 
S. L. Riddle, Teller. 



NEWBERN NATIONAL BANK. 

DIRECTORS. 

David Heaton^ President. Moses Patterson, 
W. P. Moore, Yice Pres't. George Allen, 
Samuel Blagge, . James T. Hough, 

John Saterlee, J. A. Leland. 

E. Huhbs, 

H. H. Thompson, Cashier. 

■ Eldridge, Teller. 



WILMINGTON NATIONAL BANK. 

E. E. Burrough, President. 
A. K. Walker, Cashier. 



SALEM NATIONAL BANK. 

I. G. Lash, President. 
W. A. Lemley, Cashier^ 



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STATE CONVENTION OF 1865. 

The officers of this body are as follows : 
President, Hon. Edwin G. Reade, of Person County. 
Principal Secretary, James H. Moore, Esq. 
Assistant Secretary, R. C. Badger, Esq. 
Principal Doorkeeper, Mr. H. B. Kingsbury. 
Assistant Doorkeeper, Mr. John H. Hill. 
Enrolling Clerk, Mr. Theophilus H. Hill. 

MEMBERS OF THE CONVENTION. 

Alamance — Giles Mebane, Dr. John W. McCauley, 
Anson — William G. Smith, L. L. Polk. 
Ashe and Alleghany — William Baker. 
Alexander — E. M. Stephenson. 
Bladen — Duncan Kelly, 
^wry^e— Tod. R, Caldwell. 
Bertie — John Pool, Lewis Thompson. 
Brunswick — Daniel L. Russell, Sen. 
Buncombe — L. L. Stewart. 
Beaufort — R. S. Dounell, E. J. Warren. 
Currituck — Thomas J. Jarvis- 
Ca7nden — D. D. Ferebee. 
Chowan — R. H. Winburne, 
Cleaveland — D. Beam, R. Swan. 
Catawba — J. R. Ellis. 

Cumberland and Marneit — Neill McKay, R. P. Buxton, 
D. G. McRae. 

Chatham — G. P. Moore, Robt. Love, John A. McDonald. 

Carteret — James Rumley. 

Craven— Q. C. Clark, M. E. Manly. 

Cabarrus — Dr. L. S. Bingham. 

Columbus — Andrew Jackson Jones. • 

Caldivell — Rufus L. Patterson. 

Caswell — Bedford Brown, M. McGehee. 

Cherokee — G. W. Dickey. 

Duplin — Wm. A. Allen. (Vacancy.) 

Davidson — Henderson Adams, S. S. Jones. 

Davie — D. M. Furches. 

Edgecombe and Wilson — John Norfleet, Geo. Howard. 

Franklin — Patrick H. Winston. 

Forsythe — D. H. Starbuck, I. G. Lash. 

Gates — Henry Willey. 

Gaston — Dr. William Sloan. 



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Greene — K. J. Willicams. 

Gra?iviUe — R. B. Gilliam, Eugene Grissom, E. C. Lyon. 

Guilford — David F. Caldwell, Jonathan Harris. 

JIaytvood — W. G. B. Garrett. 

Her (ford — R. G. Cow per. 

Halifax — Edward Conigland, Wm. W. Brickell. 

Menderson and Transijlvania — A. H. Jones. 

Hyde — Jones Spencer. 

Iredell— J. H. McLanglilin, S. B. Bell. 

Jachson — J. R. Love. 

Johnston — Wm. A. Smith, Simon Gydwin. 

Jones — F. G. Simmons. 

Lincoln — W. P. Bynum. 

Lenoir — R. W. King, 

Macon — R. M. Henry. 

JIadison — G. W. Gahagan. 

McDowell — A.lney Burgin. 

Martin — Jesse R. Stubbs. 

MecJdenburg — T. N. Alexander, Alexander Mclver. 

Montgomery — J. S. Spencer. 

Moore— A. R. McDonald. 

Nash — A. B. B lines. 

Neio Hanover— WiW'mm A. Wright, Dr. H. F. Murphy. 

Horthampton— J ohn B. Odom, William Barrow. 

O'-anf/e — John Berry, S. F. Phillips. 

Ouslow— J OsHijer Etheridge, 

Perquimans — Thomas Wilson. 

Pasquotavk — G. W. Brooks. 

Person — Bflwin G. Reade. 

Pitt — C. Perkins. (Vacancy.) 

Richmond — Alfred Dockery. 

iifoc/im^/kfw— Thomas Settle, R. H. Ward. 

Howan — N. Boyden, I. W. Jones. ^ 

Raiidoljjh — S. iS. Jackson, Zebedee Rush. 

Rutherford and Polk — G. W. Logan, C. L. Harris. 

Robeson— 'N . A. McLean, N. McLean. 

Sampson — A. A. McKoy. (Vacancy.) 

'Stanly— J. M. McCorkle. 

Siokes — A. H. Joyce. 

Surry — Samuel B^orkner. 

Tqrrell — Charles McCleese. 

Union- ^. H. Walkup. 

Warren — W. Eaton, Jr., P. H. Joyner. 

Wake—B. F. Moore, W. H. Harrison, H. A. Hodge. 

Wayne— W. T. Fajrcloth, J. T. Kenedy. 

Washington — J. C. Johnston. 



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Watauga — G. W. Bradley. 
Wilkes— R P. Smith, J. Q. A. Bryan. 
Yadkin — Thomas Haynes. 
Yancy and Mitchell — G. Garland. 



MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE. 

SENATE. 

Hon. M. E. Manly, Speaker. 
J. A. Engelhard, Principal Clerk. 
Quentiu Busbee, Assistant " 
James Page, Principal Doorkeeper. 
C. C. Tally, Assistant " 

\st District — Pasquotank and Perquimans, Dr. Eufus K. 
Speed. 

2f? District — Camden and Currituck, Wilso D. Ferebee. 

?>d District — Gates and Chowan, H. Willey. 

Ath District — Tyrrell -«,nd Hyde, Jones Spencer. 

bth District — Northampton, H. C. Edwards. 

G/A District — Hertford, James Barnes. 

*Jth District — Bertie, David Outlaw. 

8/A District — Martin and Washington, J. E. Moore. 

^dth District — Halifax, Mason L. Wiggins. 

10^/z, District — Edgecombe and Wilson, Henry T. Clark. 

Wth District— Viii, C. Perkins. 

lltk District — Beaufort, Isaiah Respass. / 

IWi District — Craven, Mathias E. Manly. 

14fA District — Ca^'teret and Jones, Calvin D. Koonce. 

loth District — Greene and Lenoir, J. H. Coward. 

lUh District — New Hanover, Ed. D. Hall. 

11th District — Duplin, Isaac B. Kelly. 

ISth District — Onslow, Jasper Etheridge. 

Idth District — Bladen, Brunswick and Columbus, Salter 
Lloyd. 

2()th District — Cumberland and Harnett, Archibald Mc- 
Lean. 

21 st District — Sampson, John C. Williams. 

22d District — Wayne, W. A. Thompson. 

23c/ District — Johnston, Thomas D. Snead. 

24th District— Wake, Willie D. Jones. 



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15th District— 'Naah, L. IST. B. Battle. 

2Qth District — Franklin, Washington Harris. 

27^/i Dist7'ict — Warren, F. A. Thornton. 

28/^/i District — Granville, John D. Bullock. 

29^A District — Person, Jno. W. Cunningham. 

30fA District — Orange, John Berry. 

^Ist District — Alamance and Randolph. M. S. Robins. 

32d District — Chatham, R. B. Paschall. 

83c? District — Moore and Montgomery, W. B. Kichardson. 

34^ District— Richvciond and Robeson, M. McRae. 

Sbth District — Anson and Union, D. A. Covington. 

S&h District — Guilford, Peter Adams. 

37th District — Caswell, Livingston Brown. 

38i!!A District — Rockingham, U. Hand. 

3Wi District — Mecklenburg, J. H. Wilson. 

40/7i District — Stanly and Cabarrus, T. Marshall. 

4:1st District — Eowan and Davie, Robt F. Johnston, 

42c? District — Davidson, J. M. Leach. 

43c? District — Stokes and Forsyth, J. E* Matthews. 

Aith District — Ashe, Surry, &c., A. C. Cowles. 

45;"^ District — Iredell, Wilkes and Alexander, J. H. Hill. 
\ 4.(^th Dist7^ict — Burke, &c., A. C. Avery. 

¥lth District — Lincoln, Gaston and Catawba, M. L. Mc~ 
Corkle. 

48^A District — Kntherford, Polk and C^eaveland, C. L. 
Harris. 

49^A Z)isfrf(?t— Buncombe, Henderson, &c., L. S. Gash. 

50^A District — Haywood, Macon, &c., J. R. Love, Jr. 



HOUSE OF COMMONS. 

Hon. R. Y. McAden, Speaker. 

Seaton Gales, Principal Clerk. 

W. M. Hardy, Assistant " 

W. H. Alexander, Principal Doorkeeper. 

John Hill, Assistant Doorkeeper. 

Anson — A. J. Dargan, W. P. Kendall. 
Ashe and Alleghany — Robert Gambril. 
Alexander — Dr. J. H. Carson. 
Alamance — R. 1. McAden, A. H. Boyd. 
Beaufort — Henrv Harding, C. M. Gorham. 
Bertie— Dr. P. T. Henry, J. W. Beasley. 
Bladen — J. A. Richardson. 



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Brunswick — D. C. Allen. 
Buncombe — Montraville Patton. 
B urke — John 8 u d d e r t li . 
taharrus — J. M. -Long. 
Caldwell — James C. Harper. 
Camden — W. G. Morrisej'. 
Carteret — J. M. Pers'y. 
Caswell — Philip Hoduet, E. B. Bowe, 
Catawba — W. P. Pieinhardt. 

Chatham~Gc. Moore, G. Maj-^, Thomas W. Womble. 
Chowan — E. D. Simpson. 
Cleaveland — Geo. W. Whitfield, P. Durham. 
Columbus — Dr. J. M, McGougan. 
Craven — S. W. Chadwick, A. C. Latham. 
Cumberland — W. McL. McKay, T. S. Lutterloh. 
Currituck — W. G. Granberry. 
Cherokee — H. H. Davidson. 
Duplin — T. S. Kenan, Zach. Smith. 
Davidson — C. F. Lowe, Dr. J. H. Shelton, 
Davie — J. H. Clements. 

Edgecombe and Wilson — Dr. J, H. Baker, J. S. Woodward. 
Franklin — Joseph J. Davis. 
Forsyth~V. A. W^ilson, E. B. Teagne. 
Gates — Dr. Leigh. 

G-ranville — P. B Lyon, W. PI. Jenkins, H. Freeman. 
Greene — F. H. Rountree. 

auilford—W. R. Smith, J. T. Morehead, Jr., J. S. 
Houston. 

Gaston — D. A. Jenkins. 

JMifax—J). (J. Clark, W. A. Daniel. 

Harnett— D\\ B. C. Williams. 

Haywood — Green Garrett. 

Hertford— \^x . G. C. Moore. 

Hyde — Til man Farrow. 

Henderson and Transylvania — James Blythe. 

Irtdell — J. A. Rosebro, J. H. Stevenson. 

Johnston — Perry Godwin, B. R. Hinnant. 

Jones — Jacob F. Scott. 

Jackson — Thaddeus D. Bryson. 

Jjenoir — R. F. Bright. 

Lincoln — Dr. M. L. Brown. 

Martin — Abner S. Williams. 

McDoivell — James Neal. 

Mecklenburg — R. D. Whitley, J. M. Hutchison. 

Montgomery — Allen Jordan. 

Jfoore— William M. Black. 



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Macon — W. G. Crawford. 
Madison — N. Kelsey. 
Nash — Jonathan M. Stone, 

New Hanover — R. H. Cowan, C W. McClammy. 
Northampton — R. B. Peebles, E. A. Martin. 
Onsloiv — A. J. Mnrrill. 
Orange — W. W. Guess, S. D. Umsted. 
Pasquotank — J. B. Jones. 
Perquimans — Thomas Wilson. 
Person — W. A. Bradsher. 
Pitt—W. R. Williams, John Galloway. 
JR.andolph — E. T. Blair, Joel Ashworth. 
Bichmond — Peter McRae. 
Bowan — 0. G. Foard, W. H. Crawford. 
Boheson — Rory McNair, J, A. McArthur. 
Bockinghom — J. Holderby, R. B. Henderson. 
Butherford and Polk — G. W. Logan, N. Scoggin. 
iSampson — John Bardin, G W. Autry. 
Stokes — Silas Westmoreland. 
Surry — Harrison M. Waiigh. 
Stanly — S. C. Morton. 
lyrrdl~W. W. Walker. 
Union- — Jonathan Trull. 

Wake~G. J. Rogers, J. P. H Rnss, Roht. S. Perry. 
Warren — John R. Turn bull, T. I. Judkins. 
Washington — Charles Latham. 
Watauga — -William Horton. 
Wayne — J. H. Everett, G. C. Garris. 
Wilkes—?. Horton, Dr. Tvre York. 
Yadkin— T. M. Vestal. 
Yancey and Mitchell — Mr. Williams. 



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ADDENDA. 

The following names have been obtaiued since the first 
pages of the Directory were put to press : 

Lines, C. M. & Gr., Dry Goods and Groceries, Shoe Manu- 
facturers, Thomasville. 
Shelly, R. W. & J., Shoe Manufacturers, Thomasville. 
Fife, W. W., Dry Goods and Groceries, " 

Hutson, W. J., Dry Goods and Groceries, " 

Westmoreland, J. S., Cabinet Maker, " 

Hambrick, J. T., Photographist, " 

Thomas, E. W., Practicing Physician, ^' 

Rounsville, H. E., " " 

Lambeth & Ingram, Saw and Grist Mill, " 

Freeman, J. T., & Co., Dry Goods and Groceries, Snow 

Hill. 
Grimslev, (H. P.) & Dale, Drv Goods and Groceries, Snow 

Hill. 
Harper, (G.) & Murphy, Dry Goods and Groceries, Snow 

Hill. 
Dale, G. F. M , (Grimsley & D.) Dry Goods and Groce- 
ries, Snow Hill. 
Murphy, John, (Harper & M.) Dry Goods and Groceries, 

Snow Hill. 
Jones, W, J., Practicing Physician, Snow Hill. 
Rasberry, W. J.. Attorney at Law, " 

Robbins, M. S., Attorney at Law, Asheboro'. 



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W. H. LIPPITT, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 



GlilST A 



AND 



IDE^X-iER, IN" 



PAIITS, OILS, DYE-STUFFS, WINDOW GLASS, 



Perfumery, Fancy Articles, Garden Seeds, &c. 



PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED. 



NO. 55, MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON, N. C. 



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DEALER IN 



FAYETTEVILLE STREET. 



:E1..^.Xj3E£XO-3BC, KT, O- 



Five doors above the Market. 



ti^'rl 



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JOHN W. HINSDALE, 

|^tf0rnfJ| an^ Cownsellor at JFafo, 

FAYETTEVILLE, H. C. 



Will attend pjomptly to all Business intrusted to his care 
CoUecti ons made in all parts of North Carolina. 



REFERS BY PERMISSION TO 

L. P. Morton & Co., Bankers, 30 Broad Street, New York. 

Spaulding, Hunt & Co., 53, 55, and 57 Park Place, N. Y. 

Devlin & Co., 259, Broadway, New York. 

Morgan & Allen, 46 Cliff Street New York. 

E. J. Plale & Son, 4H6 and 459 Broadway, New York. 

Browne & Spaulding, 568 and 570 Broadway, New York. 

A. W. Mor^gan & Co., 48 Cliff Street, New York. 

Murchison & Co., 188 Front Street New York. 

Dibble, Worth & Co., 188 Pearl Street, New York. 

Theodore Hinsdale, 19 Nassau Street, New York. 

W. B. Gulick, Cashier National Bank. 

J. Gr. Williams & Co., Bankers, Raleigh. 

Kemp P. Battle, State Treasurer, Raleigh, N. C. 

Williams and Murchison, Wilmington, N. C. 

Rev. George B. Wetmore, Rowan county, N. C. 

Gen'l R. D. Johnston, Charlotte, N. C. 

Maj. J. B. Hughes, Newbern, N. 0. 

DeRosset & Co., Wilmington, N. C. 

Worth & Daniel, " " 

A. E. Hall '^ '' 

J. D. Wil'liams & Co., Fayetteville, N. C. 

H. & E. J. Lilly, " 

C. T. Haigh & Son, " 

A. W. Steele, '' 

P. A. Wiley & Co., Bankers, '' 

A. A. McKethan, <' 

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^ . K L, I isr E , 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

FABC! AND STAPLE DRY GOODS 

CLOTKIIsrcS-, 

BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, 
WATCHES AND JEWELRY, 

ill 



mi) WHS Al BHJM^x^ 

AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS, 
G-HOOERIES, &c., &o. 

Cornel" of Fayetteville and. Hargett Streets, Raleigli., N. C. 



K. W. PULLIAM. W. H. JONES, G. W. SWEPSON. 



PuUiam. Jones & Co 



WHOLESALE GROCERS, PROD 






CO.\IMTSSION MERCHANTS. 

FAYETTEVILLE STREET, EALEIGH, K". C. 



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J. H CRAWFORD, 

MECHANICAL AND 

OPERATIVE DENTIST, 



RALEIGH, N. C. 



OFFICE OVER PESCUD'S DRUG STORE. 



oit'it'ioe: k:otji^S: 



From 8, A. M., to 1, P. M., and from 3 to 6, P. M. 



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THE SENTINEL, 

PUBLISHED DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, 



'WM. E. PEIjIj, Proprietor «fe State Printer, 

EDITED BY 
WM. E. PEIiL. AND SEATOX GALES. 



The Sentinel is an independent newspaper — a warm 
supporter of ths Union and the Constitution, of Andrew 
Johnson, the President of the United States, and his policy, 
and devoted especially to the recuperation and prosperity 
of the South and of North-Carolina. 

It lahors to promote harmony, good feeling and equal 
rights among all the States, but will rebuke all unfounded 
expressions against the loyalty and integrity of the Southern 
people. 

Special attention will be paid to the news and market de- 
partments. 

Full proceedings of the Legislature and all important 
State papers appear in the Sentinel. 

Its circulation is large and its advertising patronage is 
large and growing. 

Daily SektineL, in advance, per year, $10 00 

" " " 6 months, 5 00 

Semi-Weekly, " per year, 5 00 

" '' " 6 months, 2 50 

Weekly, " per year, 3 00 

" *' 6 months, 1 50 



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[ESTABLIISHED IN 1827.] 

WILLIAMS & HAYWOOD, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

DRUG?, MEDICINES, PAIiTS, OILS JYE-STUFFS. 

PERFUMERY, FANCY ARTICLES, GARDEN SEEDS, 

Pure Wines and Brandies, London Porter, Segars, 
OHEA^IlSra TOBA.CCO, <&o. 



W. H. PEARCE, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

Groceries, Provisions, 

WOODElf AND WILLOW WAEE, 

SOUUH FRONT STREET, 

One Door from Middle Street, New Berne, N. C. 



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JARRELL'S HOT 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 
M. JARRELL, Proprietor. 



TO THE. PUBLIC. 



The traveling public may rest assured of finding good and 
comfortable accommodations at this house. 



GEO. H. SUYDAM. DELAVAN BATES. 

SUYDAM & BATES, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

MERCHANTS, 

DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, &C., 
Buy and Sell on Commission. 



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I 



BREM, BROWN & CO., 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 





Y G 




S, EMBROIDERIES, BOOTS, SHOES HATS, 
CAPS, &a 

CHAELOTTE, K C. 



;rem, brown & CO., 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 



GOSCIi MD SAODLEBY BJARDWARE & TRfiilNGS, 
GI^OOEJRIES, &C. 

CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



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^^«,. "«*t 









\i 












PAPER HAflGEP. GUILDER AND GRAI 



"W^IL.X-1 r^^IPEPL 



ANB 



GILT 



OULDI 



Always on Hand. 



PICTURE FRAMES MADE TO ORDER. 



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J. A. YOUNG. ' M. L. WRTSTON. 

JOHN WILKES. JAS. EARNSHAW. 



ROCK ISLAND 

Manufacturing Company. 

MANUFACTURERS OF AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

Cassimeres^ Flannels^ Jeans^ and 
other Woolen Goods^ 



JOHN A. YOUNG, President 

M. L. WRISTON, Secretary and Treasurer. 

JAMES EARNSHAW, Superintendent. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS, 

JOHN A. YOUNG, 
M. J. WRISTON. 
JOHN WILKES. 



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J. J. HENSHAW. 



a J. THORBUim. 



Henshaw & Tliorburn, 



AND 



MOREHEAD CITY, N. C. 

Keep always on hand 
FINE GROCERIES, TEAS, ELOUR, OLD BOUl 

AMD RYE WHISKEY, 



With a general assortment of supplies suited to persons 
wanting goods of the best quality, at the lowest rates. 
Pay particular attention to sale of 



'> '^^» ^3 



, LARD, 



And other produce, and cash advances made on produce 

in hand. 



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A good Advertising medium in Western North-Carolina. 






PUBLISHLD AT 



isr. o. 



(One of the oldest Newspapers in the State.) 



Has a large and general circulation in Western and South- 
western JSTorth Carolina and adjoining Districts of South 
Carolina. 

Advertisements are solicited. Tern3»s, for ten lines of 
brevier type, $1 for one ijisertion, $5 for 1 month, $10 for 3 
months, $15 for 6 months, $25 for ®ne year. Reasonable 
terms will be made for greater space. 

Send advertisements direct to the Editor and Proprietor, 
at Charlotte, IST. C, (and not through Advertising Agencies.) 
A copy of the paper containing advertisement will be sent 
to each advertiser. 



TERMS OP subscription: 
For one year, three dollars, in advance. 



Editor and Proprietor. 



Charlotte, K C 



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(ESTABLISHED IN 1S32.) 

UHOER THE EOITOIfSL Ml 

OF 



By whom it has been successfully conducted for 



S "ST 



CIRCULATES EXTEIfSIVELY IN 



WESTER! lORTH-GiROLfflA 

Price $3 per year. 



[ITS] 



CHARLOTTE, N, C. 



Proprietor. 



NEWBERN, N. C. 



W. P. MOORE, 

Proprietor. 



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NORTH CAROLmA 



AND 



(Incorporated under tlie Laws of Forth Carolina.) 



Oir-iniOE: 



BANKING HOUSE OF BIIENIZER, KELLOO & 00., 



C3t-:FLI3E!KrS^02?S.C3, 3^3". O. 



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m OF THE COMPM. 



DIRECTORS. 



PETER ADAMS, 

E. P. JONES. 

H. G. KELLOGG, 

Dr. E. N. hutch TSON, 

JAMES P. JONES, 



CYRUS P. MENDENHALL, 
A. G. BRENIZER, 
FRANK P. CAVANAH, 
L. H. ROUTZAHN. 
MARCUS WITTY. 



PRESIDENT. 

PETER ADAMS. 

VICE-PRESIDENT 

EZEKIEL P. JONES. 

COUNSEL. 

JOHN A. GILMER. 

SUPERINTENDENT. 

F. P. CAVANAH, 

SECRETARY. 

A. G. BRENIZER. 

TREASURER. 

HENRY G. KELLOGG. 



Capital Stock, 

Par value of Shares, each 



$5000,000.00 
6.00 



NUMBER OF SHARES, 



50,000 Shares reserved by Company for working 

Capital. 

No Sliares to "be Assessed. 

B@^ Certificates of stock can be obtained by calling on 
Messrs. Mallett & Hoffman, Wilmington, or at the office of 
the Company, in Greensboro'. 



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J. BEXBAUM * CO., 



DEALERS IN 




II II I 




CLOTHING, 



aHOOERIES. 



And General Merchandise. 



OH-A.n.Xi.oT'nj, 3sr. o. 



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THE CAROLINA TIMES, 

CHARLOTTTE, K C, 

IS PUBLISHED Daily and Tri- Weekly, and furnished to 
subscribers upon the following T-erms.: 

DAILY TIMES, one year, |7 00 

" " six month, 4 00 

" ' '^ three months, 2 50 

TRI- WEEKLY TI\IES, one year, ...„ ...5 00 

" '' six months, 2 50 

" "^^ three months, .,,.... 1 50 

THE WEEKiV NEWS, 

Containing twenty-eight columns, a transcript of the Daily 
Times, is published every Tuesday, at |2 50 per annum, 
in advance. 

TERMS OF ADVERTISINC. 

In the Daily and Tri- Weekly TIMES, one -square (ten lines 
or less) $1 for the first insertion and 50 cents for each sub- 
sequent insertion. 

A reasonable deduction made for advertisements inserted 
for a longer period than one month. 

Advertisements inserted ia the WEEKLY NEWS at $1 
per square for first insertion, and 50 cents for every subse- 
quent insertion. 

All letters on business with either of the above publica- 
tions should be addressed to 



R. R WARING, 

Charlotte, N. C. 



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QUICKEST TIME! 

THROUGH RECEIFrS GIVEN 

Via Inland or Steamer Routes. 



SFECiAL CONTMeiS 
Will be nicide by the Agents 

OP THE 

Sonthern Express Company, 

AT 

BOSTON, 28 Court Street. 

NEW YORK, 59 Broadway. 

PHILADELPHIA, 320 Chesnut Street. 

BALTIMORE, fi4 Baltimore Street. 

CINCINNATI, 67 West Fourth Street. 

LOUiSYILLE, 72 Sixth Street. 

ST. LOUIS, Corner of Main and Chesnut Streets. 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 

For any Point in the Soutliern States. 



FREIGJ^HT TO BE SENT BY THE 

^QUICKEST ROUTE^^a 

Should be Marked "INLAND." 

SAME ARRANGEMENTS 

MAY BE EFFECTED 

AT ANY OFF8CE 

OF THE FOLLOWING 

Adams, Harndcn, American, United States, New Jersey, British and American, 
American and Enropean, Wells, Fargo & Co.'s California, Howard & Co.'s, 
Kinsk-T & Co.'s, Sarocnt & Co.'s, Cheney's, Eastern, Earles' Hoi^e— in the 
NORTH. EAST and WEST. 

Order Freight to be forwarded by the Southern Express Company. 



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DAILY HI BMIR. 



It is a source of gratification to be able to announce to 
our friends and patrons that our efforts, with their assis- 
tance, to establiish upon a permanent basis, a good, daily 
newspaper at this point, have met with a success really won- 
derful in view of the man}'- diiiiculties against which we 
have had to contend. 

THE DAILY UNION BANNER is now a fixed institu- 
tion, enjoying a circulation, and a reputation as an adver- 
tising medium, unsurpassed and unequalled by any other 
])aper published in Western Carolina. The advantages of 
our location, at the junction of the Western N. C. with the 
Central N. C. Railroad render our communication with the 
people and principal towns of the interior convenient and 
speedy. 

We deem it unnecessary to offer any apology for the past 
or make any promise for the future. Suffice it to say, how- 
ever, that the BANNER is an independent Journal, iden- 
tified with no party or clique, and its past course shall be 
the best guaranty of its future devotion to the interest of 
tlie people and the country. 

We have reduced our rates for advertising, which will 
prove quite a desideratum to our advertising patrons. Ad- 
vertisements will, therefore, be inserted in the best style as 
heretofore, and at the following reduced 

(TWELVE LINES SMALL TYPE CONSTITUTE A SQUAKE.) 



1 square 1 day, | 
1 <' 2 " 
1 '' 3 '' 
^ colm'n 1 mo., 

2 " 



square 



o 

1 

2 

" 3 

col'mn 1 

" 2 
u 3 



-1 square 1 week, $ 3.00 

-1 " 2 ^' 5.00 

-1 " 2 " 1.00 

colm'n 1 mot'h 25.00 

" 2 " 34.00 

" 3 " 75.00 

1 square 6 " 25.00 

12.00 1 " 1 vear 45.00 

15.00 2 " I '" 75.00 

40.00 3 " 1 '' 100.00 

60.00 1 col'mn 1 " 200.00 

75.00 1 " 6 mos., 125.00 



1.00- 

1.50- 

2.00- 

15.00- 

23.00- 

30.00- 

8.00- 



1 

1 

_1 
■5 



The money must accompany all orders for advertisements to insure attention. 
Advertisements that are to be continued for a longer time than three months 
must be paid for Quarterly in advance. 

Solisbury, N. C. 



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BLACKN ALL HOUSE. 

KITTKELL'S SPKINGS, K C. 

Invalids accommodated 
with good Board, both. Sum- 
mer and Winter. 

G. W. BLACKN ALL. 

Proprietor. 

NEWTON & KEYES, 

(Successors to J. N. Allen,) 

DEALERS IN 

GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS OF ALL KINDS, 

SUaAES, COPFEES, TEAS, MOLASSES, 

BUTTER, CHEESE, PORK, BACON, LARD, CORN, 

MEAL AND FLOUR, 
i And- all kinds of Country Produce. 

H^lSrCOCK STREET, 

NEWBERN, N. C. 



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!ji 



PUBLISHED TRI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, 
BY LEWIS HANES and JOHN S. HAMPTON, 

PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. 

HON. LEWIS HANES, Editor. 



This paper was established by the 
present Proprietors in April, 1866, and 
has ah^eady the largest circulation of 
any paper in 

WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA, 

Affording the best advertising medium 
in that part of the State. 

Tki- Weekly, $5.00 per annum. 
Weekly, 3.00 " " 



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THE iWBERI 




NEWBERN, N. C. 



.) 



Daily, per annum, $8 00 

" sis months, 4 00 

'' three " 2 50 

" one '' 1 00 

Weekly, per annum, 2 00 

" six months, 1 50 

The Commercial has a wide circulation which is daily- 
extending, and is therefore'one of the very best Advertising 
mediums in Eastern ISTorth Carolina. 

Editor and Proprietor, 



W. H. OLIVER & CO. 

V 

General 




NEWBERN, N. C. 



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GOODSPEED'S 



(y\(y/ 




3BlES^I?^i?^S7"Ei:ElBar 



mm 






WIM^Wk 



me 



^iiS>^ 



tdna the U. S. 



THE OLDEST AiDJLY REGULiR LINE. 

Leaving M'ew-Bern €very Wednesday, and New 
York every Thursday. 

"Th-e A Mo- 1 SieanasMps 



The 




receive 

c. 



gularity with wHicli these splendid l^team- 

have hitherto performed their trip&, is 
the best ' guarantee to Shippers that 
their Goods will be delivered 
Safely and Expeditiously. 

All Groocls consigned to either of the Agents, will 
prompt attention, free of commission- 

SPEED, C. P, GOODSPEED, 

4:6 West St., ]SrEWBER:N", 

NEW YORK, N. C. 



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K. S. Primrose 



J. P. Dillingliam. 



PRlROi & DILLllHAM. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 



3 



OPPOSITE THE EPISCOPIL GMOItCI^, 



POLLOCK SIRLET, 



ne'Vv^ber:n:, istorth c'aiioil.iwa. 



©EADEKS^ M 



fm 



PAINTS, OILS, 



DYE STUFFS, Q-LASS. 



GARDEN SEED, &a 



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& BA 



AND GRADUATES OP THE 



PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE OF DENTAL SUEGEEY, 

Respectfully offer their professional Services to the 

CITIZENS OF NEWBERN AND VICINITY. 

^ TEETH EXTRACTED WITH- 
OUT PAIN by the use of Nitrous 
Oxide Gas. ETHER&nd CHLO- 
MOFORM administered if desired. 

L. S. FOGG, D. D. S., G. K. BAGBY, D, D. S., 

Of New Jersey. of Virginia. 



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G. R. FRENCH 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BEALERS IN 



, Shoes and Leather, 



AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF 



No. 11, Market Street, 



NOETH CAROLINA CO MMI SS I ON H OUSE. 

AIRIWS. BAPI 



AVILMIlSrG^TOlSr, N. c. 

— SEIiL,— 

COTTON, HflVALSTOflES, gHEETIMSS, 

COTTON YARNS, 
TOBACCO, CORN, BACON, FLOUR. &.C., 

And purchase for Merchants or others, any Goods sold in 
this market. Consignments and orders respectfully solicited. 

Office, VanBokkelen's Old Stand, 41 N. Water Street, 



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") 



MANUFACTURERS OF, AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 



eahj ^ak d0t|itig 



CLOTHS, oa.ssim:e:res. 



TAILOES TEIMMII^rGS, 

TEUNKS, SHIETS, PESFUMEEIES, &0,, 

A Merchant Tailoring business under the superin- 
tendence of a competent Cutter, with skillful workmen, 
is conducted on the premises. All orders promptly 
filled, jind workmanship guaranteed. 

CITY CLOTHilS STOUE, 

No. 38, Market Street, "Wilmington, N. C. 



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K. 






DERTAKEE 



AND 



SALISBURY STREET, 



E.i^rjEI(3-H, N". O. 



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Having been greatly enlarged, and otherwise improved, is now acknowledged 
to be one of the LEADING JOURNALS OF THE COUNTRY it is one of "the 



Jj 



ARGEST DAILIES IH TES SOUTH 



It offers the greatest inducements to the reading public of North-Carolina, and 
should, as it does, command their most liberal support. 



TERMS OF THE DAIL,Y. ^ 

The DAILY JOURNAL, in its enlarged form, will be mailed to subscribers out 
of the city, or delivered to those in it, at the very low price, as follows : 

Twelve months, - - - |8 00 I To Clubs of 10 1 y'r, to one P. 0. $70 00 
Six moths, - - - 4 00 ] To Clubs of 10 six months, 35(10 

Three months, - - - 2 50 To Clubs of 5 one year, 35 00 

One month, - - - 1 00 | To Clubs of 5 six months, 17 50 



Meefilg loKrnal 0f Conimera 

Is still published on elegant white paper, in quarto form, with plain, legible type, 
and being devoted to General Intelligence, written in a chaste and elegant style, is 

KAPIDLY GAINING FAVOR WITH THE PUBLIC, 

as evinced by the rapid increase of its circulation. Like the Daily, it is the 

Cheapest Paper of its kind in the South, 

If not in the country. 



Single subscribers, one year. $2 50 
Six months, - - - 1 50 
Clubs of 10 one year, - 20 00 



TERMS OF THE WEEKLY. 

Clubs of 1" six month4, 
Clulis of 5 one year, 



Clubs of 5 Six months. 



$10 00 

10 00 

5 00 



•'f 



THE JOURNAL 



m 
JOB OFFICE, 

I comprises over a HUNDRED 



Is surpassed by but few, if any, in the South. 
DIFFERENT FONTS of 

New and Fashionable Styles of Job Type, 

In connection with which are constantly kept the BEST WORKMEN, and an 
abundant supply of the BEST QUALITY OF JOB STOCK, and the impres- 
sions, like the Newspaper, are all made on the 

Most Improved Steam Power Presses, 

And in the VERY BEST STYLE OF THE ART. Our motto being 

IDispatch, and Eoonoiny. 

S. D. POOL, 
E. A. SHOTWELL. 



^ 



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lUTWON, BUilROli & CO, 

FIRE, MARINE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT 




~^ 




^]i 




General Agents for North and South Carolina, of the 
Eqvtable Life Assurance Society of the United States. 



E. NYE HUTCHISON, 



AND DEALERS IN 



J. C. BURROUGHS, 



R A. SPRINGS 



{Successors to Hutchison ^ Sprinas.) 



Manufacturer and Dealer in Furniture. 

WEST SIDE FAYETTTVILIiE STREET, 

N'ext to Mahler's Jewelry Store, and opposite the Market, 

iNViTi s attention from City and country to his large and 
elegant stock of furniture, such as Parlor, Dining Room and 
Chamber Furniture, Mattrasses of various designs and qual- 
ities, suitable for Cottage or Palace. His supply of Sofas, 
Parlor, Dining Room and Office Chairs, &c., &c., is not 
excelled in the State. 

He respectfully announces that he has added to his other business, that of 
undertaking, and is now ready to supply tliose who may require them, Coffins of 
any desired quality. He has the best material for wood work, elaborate silver 
plain mountings, plating, etc , and anew HEARSE, of modern pattern and finish. 
He is, therefore, in condition to furnish everything'requisite for funeral occasions 
and will attend to all orders for his services, in this line, with promptitude. 



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C|eCJ)angeIttal Jttt|eran, 



A WEEKLY RELIGIOUS JOURNAL,. 



PUBLISHED BY 



ALDRIGH & WARING, 

Proprietors. 



AND EDITED BY 



Eev. K ALDKICH and Kev. G. D. BEENHEIM. 



The Becognized Organ of the Jbvavgelical Lutheran General 
Synod of North America, 

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY IN 

aK:-A.P2,IL.OTTE:, 1«T. C. 

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : 

One year^ $3.00 ; six montlis, ll.'ZS ; payable on receipt 
of the first niimlDer. No subscription received for less time 
than six months. 



''^•" 



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llllJ 



A Eeligious and Family Journal- 



THE OLDEST 



'li^ms lournal in i\t ^Mt 



IS PUBLISHED rS 



3E8. .A. X. :H3 X O IE! , IST - O- 

The Re 3order lias as large a circulation as any 
paper in the State. 

Hiif ham & Huglies, 

Proprietors. 



Rev. J. D. JLaL^aL^JLx:^x.^5 

Rev. W. M. WINGATE, D. D. 

Editors. 



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The Fayetteville News. 



PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, 



u. L. Jt J. U. IHi 




Editors and Pro 

V 

FAYETTEVILLE, N. C. 



s, 



Weekly, one year, , $3 00 

" six months, 2 00 



re.-A.TES Oin J^ID-VE:i?.TISI2SrG-: 



One square, (1 inch or less) Orst insertion, 

" " each subsequent insertion, 
For one year, one square, 

" six months, one square, 

'' three months, " " 

" Quarter Column, 5 squares, 3 months. 



C( iC (I il 


6 " 


(I (C il iC 


9 '' 


(I H il C( 


12 


For Half Column, 10 squares, 

C( l( 11 


3 " 
6 


ic il :i 


9 " 


11 11 il 


12 


For one Column, 20 squares, 
11 11 11 


3 " 

6 " 


It 11 11 


9 " 


11 11 11 


12 



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60 

15 00 

9 00 

6 00 

25 00 

40 00 

60 00 

75 00 

40 00 

75 00 

100 Oh 

125 00 

75 00 

125 00 

150 0© 

200 00 



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N. FREDERICK. P. SHEMWELL. 




TEL 



WILMINGTON, N. C. 



The undersigned take pleasure in announ- 
cing to their friends and the public generally, 
that they have, after great exertions and expense, 
refurnished and opened the 



CITY HOTEL, 

For the reception and accommodation of the 
i TRAVELING PUBLIC. 

FREDERICK & SHEMWELL, 

Proprietors. 



T. J. BOSTIC, l^^erKS. 



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BART. FULLER, Editor. 



TEEMS 



Price per annum, 
'' six months. 



$4 00 
2 00 



Hating the lasgest circulation in the 
State, 

THE PRESBYTERIAN 

affoMs a Valuable medium of Adver- 
tising. 

All kinds of 



done with dispatch and on the most 
reasonable terms. 

Particular attention paid to all Court 
Blanks, and all kinds of commercial 
printing. 

Address 

B. FULLER, 

Fayetteville, N. C. 



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LLEGE, 



5 Miles South of Higli Point. 



4 



FOE THE 



Kortl) Carolina €onkxmct. 



Eev. B. OEAVEN, D. D-, Pres. 



AIDED BY A COMPLETE CORPSE OF 



Board per month, 
Tuition per Session from 



$15 00 
|30 to $35 00 



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RALEIGH, N. C, 

A Weekly Family Paper, 

* CONTAINING 

The Markets. Eailroad Guide. 
GENERAL NEWS, 

The best Original and Selected 

ARTICLES. 

Rev. L. BRANSON, Editor. 
BRANSON & FARRAR, Publishers. 



Price in Advance $3. 



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Tri-Weekly and "Weekly 

N. C. STANDARD, 

PUBLISHED AT I|; 

BY 

W. W. HOLDEN & SON, 

"Liberty and Union, now and forever, one and inseparable." 



Devoted to the dissemination among 
the people of correct knowledge upon 
all subjects. 

Tri-Weekly one year $6 00. 
"Weekly one year 4 00. 



For further information see paper itself. 



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HEMY J. BROWI 



DEALER IN 



Inxnxtnxt, tDooIr Coffins, 

FISK'S METALIC CASES, &c. 




RALEIGH, N. C. 

Opposite the Masonic^Hall, 
All orders promptly attended to. 
Hearse kept on hand. 



JOHN A. M^MANNEN, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

0mtit ontr BatminQ Madams, 

AND DEALER IN 

Bolting Cloths, Eusopha and Burr Mill-StoneSj 



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" Neatness, Cheapness, Dispatch." 
N!CHOLS, GORMAN & NEATHERY, 

Book and Job Printers, 

Cor. of Fayetteville S Hargett Sts, 

RALEIGH, N. O. 



ATTOEITETS, 

Constables, 
Shert^8& Clerks 

BLANKS 



OJ^ HAND, 

or supplied 
Wittout Delay. 

Orders by Mail 

will receive 

Prompt Attention. 




POR 

Clerks of Courts. 

Merclxants, 
Made to Order. 



CARDS, 

Fancy Paper, 

Colored Inks, 
BRONZES, &C., 

Kept constantly 
ON HAND. 



THE proprietors of this extensive establishment having 
recently added many valuable improvements, invite the 
attention of the business public to their facilities for execu- 
ting all kinds of 

BOOK, PEEIODICAL 

AND 

JOB PRINTING, 

In the First Style of the Art, 
ua.* DM <3 ci o HE* ^ t o E*3:»loos. 

Satisfaction G}-iiaraiiteed.. 

"Work forwarded to any part of the Country by Mail or Express.